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Current Conditions (5 pm):- temperature - 42°F, barometric - 29.70"⬆︎, humidity - 50%, dew point - 24°F.
How amazing today is, the whole day above freezing. Woke up to a temperature of 38°F and found the ground covered in slush. Well, the flat, previously shoveled part anyway. The rest is still frozen solid. An hour of pushing and heaving the watery mix and the driveway was clear. With the temperature going up to 43°F the melting really got underway. The majority of the storm stayed to the south of us with our area receiving about 2 inches of snow, then sleet and rain. Tonight, we expect to receive some rain before…Continue
Yesterday gave us a little of everything from snow squalls to freezing rain. We received about three inches of new snow but some melted with the rain and temps barely getting above freezing. I measured 2.8 inches this morning of new snow giving us a total ground cover of 9.5 inches. We are seeing a little sun this morning and temps will be falling as the day goes on. We are seeing our warmest temperatures of the day right now. Our weather will be improving by the day as this month progresses and 40s and 50s are in our short-term forecast. Hurray!
Right now (9:15 AM EST), our temp is 28F, winds are from the NW at 8 mph, and the pressure is 29.91" and rising. The humidity is 50% and visibility is 10 miles. The dew point is 17F. Skies are partly cloudy. Yesterday's high was 33F…Continue
Today snow changing to rain showers this morning and ending near noon then cloudy. Snowfall amount 5 cm. Local blowing snow early this morning. Wind becoming south 40 km/h gusting to 60 this morning then becoming west 40 gusting to 60 near noon. High plus 4°C. Tonight Partly cloudy. Becoming cloudy overnight. Wind west 30 km/h gusting to 50. Low minus 3°C.
Temperature:-4.1°C - Dewpoint:-5.4°C - Humidity:91% - Wind:SSE 35 gust 45 km/h - Wind Chill: -12
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Lowest Barometric Pressure : 29.86″ At 11:59 p.m.
Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.21″ At 12 a.m.
Lowest Relative Humidity : 68% At 12 a.m.
Highest Relative Humidity : 93% At 5 – 7 a.m. & 4 – 7 & 9 & 11 p.m.
Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 36° At 12 a.m.
Highest Dew Point Temperature : 60° At 9 – 11:59 p.m.
Lowest Wind Speed : Calm at 12 a.m.
Highest Wind Gust : S – 22 m.p.h. at 9 a.m.
Lo : 42°, Coldest Wind Chill 39° at 2 a.m.
Normal : 36°
Record Warmest : 65° In 1976 !
Record Coldest : 9° In 1980 !
Hi : 63°
Normal : 58°
Record Hottest : 80° In 1976 !
Record Coldest : 30° In 2014…
Tuesday was a mostly cloudy day and cold in the AM, then a slow moderation in the PM with light freezing rain/drizzle in the late afternoon/early evening that made walking and driving rather difficult in some spots, like out in the front of my house. Late evening we had a lull in the precipitation action as temps continued to climb. By morning we may be up around 40 and in the 40s during the day on Wednesday with rain showers from time to time. Wednesday night a strong cold front is going to come through, and change the precipitation over to snow. Right now for Thursday snow is in the forecast, high temps just below the freezing mark, and widely varying predictions for snowfall amounts. We are under a winter storm watch at the current time. I would say 5-10 inches of snow would be a good bet from late Wednesday night/early Thursday morning through most of the day on Thursday. Thereafter we…Continue
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