Would you believe me if I told you that today and tomorrow are going to be the two coldest days this week? It’s the truth – spring has finally arrived.
For the first time in what seems like a very long time, we’re talking about temperatures that don’t start with a three or four.
Another snow discussion? It’s almost April! If you’re a snow fan, don’t get your hopes up too much.
I can’t call this weekend a complete washout, but chances are good that you’re going to see some rain this weekend.
Compared to the last several weeks, this one’s going to be downright fantastic. We’re not out of winter’s grasp yet, but at least we’re getting a brief reprieve.
A look back at the snow storm that (almost) wasn’t, along with analysis of where things went wrong, and some thoughts for the future.
The models are continuing to support snow on Wednesday. Unfortunately, the amount of snow we’re looking at is dwindling a bit.
Although the days are getting longer, we’re still in a very wintry pattern. There’s a couple more chances for some ice coming up over the next couple days.
It’s the weekend, which means we’re worried about snow yet again. Here’s what to expect.
We’re getting a break from a somewhat active winter over the next few days, with some rain the only spoiler to a mild beginning to next week. However, the pattern remains busy, with the potential for more rain coming late this week.