Rain, freezing rain mixed with snow this morning. At least that’s what was predicted but that’s not what is happening. Most of the precip that we have is snow . . . . two inches so far and still snowing at a pretty good clip. Liquid measure is 0.50″ as of 8:30 AM. Originally we were only supposed to get a dusting or up to one inch, but it looks like Mother Nature has other ideas. At least we aren’t dealing with a lot of ice and I’m happy about that.
Our 9 AM temperature is 22.5°F (-5°C), the humidity is 88%, and winds are from the north at 13 mph. The wind chill is 11°F (-12°C). The pressure is 29.92 in (1012.9 mb) and rising. Skies are overcast with moderate snow falling. Visibility is less than quarter of a mile and the dew point is 20°F (-6°C). Yesterday’s high was a record 57°F (14°C) and the overnight low was 25°F (-4°C). Sunrise was at 8:05 AM and sunset will be at 5:25 PM. The record high for Jan. 12 was 55°F (13°C) set back in 1975. We beat that yesterday. The record low is -15°F (-26°C) set in 1984.
DURAND – CORUNNA FORECAST: