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Northeast Digs Out! http://knowbefore.weatherbug.com/2015/01/28/northeast-digs-blizzard/
The Blizzard of 2015 took its toll on New England this week.
Past 24-Hour U.S. Temperature Extremes: 84 at Alice and Kingsville, Texas, Hays, Kansas and Alva, Okla., -11 at Wooster, Ohio and Raco, MI
Apparently today is #NationalHaveFunAtWorkDay and #NationalKazooDay. Please don't try to do both at the same time. That can get annoying.
It may only be for a day or so, but quiet weather is in place for the majority of the U.S. today!
Recently my "Backyard" email address with WeatherBug has undergone a massive junk mail attack. In order to continue to safely communicate with those needing personal email assistance from me, I have abandoned my "Backyard" email address here at WeatherBug. I am in the process of having our IT department build me a new email account on the system, as well as we are currently in the process of rolling a new support contact form system that'll allow you to fill out a simple-to-use contact form…Continue
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Although we don't have much snow cover at this time, the temps just aren't quite warm enough to melt what we do have. Much of the snow has turned to ice because of the thaw that we had a few days ago We do have snow in our forecast for tomorrow and we could pick up a few inches. Our temps are very chilly but the sky is clear and we have abundant sun making it feel warmer than what it is. So all in all, yesterday and today are very pleasant although cold. But it's January so what can we expect?
Right now (12 Noon Est), our temp is 25F, winds are from the SW at 4 mph giving us a wind chill of 24F. Our humidity is 51% and the dew point is 11F. The pressure is 30.31" and falling. Visibility is 10 miles. Yesterday's high was 27F and the overnight low was 8F. The record high for Jan 27 is 54F set in…Continue
Average Wind: SSE 5 -10 mph.
Wind Chill: 3
Dew Point: 8
Today mainly cloudy with 40 percent chance of rain showers or drizzle. Risk of freezing drizzle early this morning. Fog dissipating near noon. Wind becoming southwest 30 km/h gusting to 50 near noon. High plus 5°C. Tonight mainly cloudy. 40 percent chance of rain showers or drizzle early this evening. A few flurries beginning this evening and ending overnight. Wind southwest 30 km/h gusting to 50 becoming northwest 30 gusting to 50 near midnight. Low minus 6°C.
Temperature:0.7°C - Dewpoint:0.6°C - Humidity:99% - Wind:S 9 km/h
Lowest Barometric Pressure : 29.92″ At 1 a.m.
Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.23″ At 10 – 11:59 p.m.
Lowest Relative Humidity : 48% At 1 – 3 p.m.
Highest Relative Humidity : 89% At 2 a.m.
Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 24° At 1 & 2 a.m.
Highest Dew Point Temperature : 36° At 10 a.m.
Lowest Wind Speed : Calm at 1 & 3 a.m. & 9 p.m.
Highest Wind Gust : N – 22 m.p.h. at 3 p.m.
Lo : 23°, Coldest Wind Chill 19° at 5 a.m.
Normal : 28°
Record Warmest : 55° In 1999 !
Record Coldest : 1° In 1963 !
Hi : 54°
Normal : 49°
Record Hottest : 72° In 1975 !
Record Coldest : 17° In 1963 !
Rainfall : 0.00″…Continue
Tuesday was cold with light snow overnight then partly cloudy skies during most of the day, barely getting over the freezing mark in the mid-afternoon, then clear and cold this evening into early Wednesday morning. Sunny and cold on Wednesday with highs in the mid 30s. Thursday and Sunday should be cloudy and cold with a 30-40 POP for snow showers, highs in the 30s,lows in the 20s. Friday and Saturday should be sunny to partly cloudy with highs in the upper 20s on Saturday and low-mid 30s on Friday. Lows mostly in the teens. Next Monday should be cold with highs in the mid-upper 20s, with a possibility of a snowstorm late in the day, more details on this potential storm later on in the week.
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The area of low pressure that was off the Baja Coast yesterday has opened up into a weak trough and is moving across Central California this morning. This trough will bring scattered showers to Central California this morning, with showers continuing over the Sierra through this afternoon. Most locations will receive less than a quarter inch of additional rainfall, but up to a half inch will fall over the Sierra. A weak low pressure area will approach the region Wednesday from the west and then sit over the area Thursday and Friday. This low pressure area will bring scattered showers with light rainfall totals mainly to the mountains and deserts Thursday and Friday. Temperatures will remain around 5 degrees above normal through Friday, with upper 40s and 50s in the mountains and mid…Continue
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