After 8-15 this morning & after highs of 25-31 yesterday, we are running 31-35 with sunny skies as of 2:30 p.m.
Mostly clear & frosty. Lows 19-25. Southwest wind 5 mph.
Mostly sunny. Highs 45-50. Southwest wind 15-25 mph.
Some increasing clouds. Frosty. Low 27-32. Southwest wind 5 mph.
Increasing & thickening clouds. Highs 50-55. Southwest wind 15-30 mph.
Becoming cloudy. Rain developing. Lows 35-40. East wind 5 mph.
Cloudy with periods of rain. Highs 40-46. East to east-northeast wind 10-20 mph.
Cloudy with periods of rain. Lows 35-40. East- northeast wind 10-15 mph.
Cloudy with showers & drizzle. Highs 40-46. North-northeast to north, then northwest wind 10-20 mph.
Cloudy with a few showers & drizzle changing to few rain/snow to snow showers. Lows 30-35. Northwest wind 10-20 mph.
Cloudy with periods of snow. Highs 30-35, then falling to 25-30. North-northwest wind increasing to 25-40 mph.
Periods of snow going to scattered snow showers. Blowing & drifting of any snowfall that will have accumulated. Lows 15-20. North-northwest wind 25-40 mph. Wind chills to -5 to 6.
Mostly cloudy with a few flurries & snow showers. Blowing & drifting of any snowfall that will have accumulated. Highs 20-25. West-northwest wind 20-35 mph. Wind chills 0-10.
Flurries ending, followed by clearing. Lows 5-10. Northwest wind 10-15 mph. Wind chills to -13 to -4.
Mostly sunny, then increasing clouds. Snow showers possible late. High 25-30. Northwest wind 10-15 mph.
Snow showers possible. Lows 13-19. North wind 10-15 mph.
Between the rain & any melted snowfall, widespread 1" liquid amounts are expected by Wednesday night.
Ponding & rises in creeks, streams & rivers will occur.
Sunday night-Tuesday will feature accumulating snowfall (some of it significant) northwest & west of our area.
Very minor to minor accumulating snowfall is possible Wednesday.
Preliminary projection is 1-2" north half & 1" or less south.
We will monitor. These numbers may go up or down.
Clipper is possible Friday with some snow, then more bitter cold for the time of year.
Below to well-below normal temperatures dominate to early March (there are signs of a random 48-hour spring near March 8, however):
Colder weather lasts into mid-March, as well:
Things change in the last 10 days of March with above normal temperatures dominating:
We also go from normal to a bit below normal precipitation for much of March to above normal in the last 10 days of the month.
Much of March:
End of March:
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