So far this December we have had 9.6 inches of snow. For the season, we have had 12 inches. That is about 10 inches above normal. Another round of snow is possible overnight Friday and through Saturday. Until then, it is all about the cold with highs today about 15 degrees below normal.
Enjoy some sunshine today but don't be deceived! It is cold out there. Highs will only make it to the middle to upper 20s this afternoon but it will be dry.
Temperatures tumble to the middle teens tonight but it will remain dry. Light winds will allow for wide spread frost overnight.
More sunshine will greet us tomorrow and it will warm up a bit. Highs will climb to the upper 30s to near 40 degrees. Clouds will thicken by the evening with the chance for rain and snow by midnight and beyond.
We may wake up to an inch or two of snow on the ground Saturday morning. Snow showers will mix with rain by later Saturday before it tapers off Saturday night.
Sunshine will return for Sunday but it will be cold again with highs in the upper 20s.
Make it a great Thursday!
Dry and cold.
High 26 degrees
Cold & frosty.
Low 16 degrees
Rain/snow developing overnight.
Low 31 degrees
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