It finally looks like we may be getting a much needed warmup. Temps next week are expected to be in the 30s and could even reach into the 40s. That will feel absolutely balmy after what we have had. Today, however, will remain in the deep freeze . . . . . one last day. This morning is sunny. There was no precipitation yesterday and our snow cover remains at around 3.5 – 4 inches. That should be gone next week. I realize that it is much too early for expectations of no more snow, but I’m really hoping for no more polar vortexes. Am I asking too much?
Our 9:30 AM EST temperature is 0°F (-18°C), the humidity is 72%, and winds are calm. The pressure is 30.50 in (1032.5 mb) and rising. Visibility is 10 miles and skies are clear. The dew point is -5°F (-21°C). Sunrise was at 8:07 AM and sunset will be 5:17 PM. Yesterday’s high was 6°F (-15°C) and the overnight low was -6°F (-21°C). Averages for this date are 30°F (-1°C). The record high for Jan. 5 is 60°F (16°C) set in 1997, and the record low is -10°F (-23°C) set in 1896.
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