As expected, a good soaker last night. Good thing it wasn’t snow!
The rain has pushed east this morning and we await the dry slot of this system. When that works in this afternoon, temperatures will blast off into record territory. Today’s record of 55 is packing it’s bags.
The wind will become more of a factor as well, especially when we get some sunshine. There could be some gusts to 40 mph or so.
BACK TO REALITY
In the wake of this system, back to “typical” February weather on Thursday with clouds, colder temperatures and a few flurries.
TRANQUIL FRIDAY AND WEEKEND
Some sunshine and pretty decent February weather with above-average temperatures. Enjoy!
COLDER NEXT WEEK
Next week will certainly be colder as the jet stream buckles across North America. The leading edge of te cold will be accompanied by flurries and snow showers Monday.
While no big storms are likely, we can get “nickled and dimed” by flurries and snow showers at times next week.
As you can see, the cold is not likely to last long. The pattern during the final 10-12 days of February does NOT look like one that will support much cold.
2 DEGREE GUARANTEE
2 for 2 to start February.
WEATHER FOR WEATHER GEEKS:
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