Monthly Archives: March 2015

There’s No Way to Avoid the Ice

Any way you slice it, tonight will be icy.  Even if you dodge the bullet of sleet and freezing rain this evening, there will be a ton of water left around to freeze as temps fall to around 20. An … Continue reading

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‘Siri’ously!

This evening’s post was my first attempt at posting via mobile.  So I used Siri to lessen the typing.  And then I didn’t have time to proof.  I’ve corrected the post now, but there were some funny things!  Ha! How’s … Continue reading

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More Significant Event Possible

As hard as it is to imagine with springlike temps well into the 70s, winter make a triumphant return tomorrow. The cold front is spectacular. It will come through later tonight and the real cold air arrives tomorrow during the … Continue reading

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Cold Chasing the Wet

As I mentioned before, this will not be a good setup for a significant event.  However, it does seem probable that the rain will change to sleet and maybe some freezing rain late Thursday as the cold air invades.  Big … Continue reading

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Heads Up!

I know we’re not used to it, but tomorrow will be your one day with the sun out that’s above freezing!  Yes, Wednesday could be pushing 70 (with rain)…and that’s where the fun begins.  We’ll get a roaring southerly flow ahead the … Continue reading

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