Although the big snow is over, we will continue to see a little more accumulations through tomorrow. It stopped snowing about 4 PM yesterday afternoon but we are having light flurries right now. At least we had a chance to clear most of it away before the next one comes. This is really getting old. I’m certainly ready for spring. We now have about 11 inches of snow cover with another 1-3 expected by tomorrow. Southern counties of the state got much more with up to 14 inches total in some areas. Needless to say, there were many accidents with a major pileup on I-94.
Our 9 AM temp is 20°F (-7°C), the humidity is 91%, and skies are cloudy with light snow. Winds are from the north at 7 mph, and visibility is 2 miles. The pressure is 30.21 in (1022.4 mb) and steady. The dew point is 14°F (-10°C). Sunrise was at 7:42 AM and sunset will be at 6:01 PM. Yesterday’s high was 21°F (-6°C) and the overnight low was 18°F (-8°C). Averages for this date are 28°F / 15°F. The record high for Feb. 9 was 53°F set in 1938, and the record low is -20°F set in 1934.
DURAND – CORUNNA FORECAST:
Today: A 70% chance of snow with an accumulation of one inch possible. Highs in the lower 20s. Winds NE at 10-15 mph.
Tonight: Snow likely with light accumulations. Near steady temperatures in the mid teens. Winds NE at 10-15 mph. Chance of snow 60%.
Sunday: A 60% chance of snow through early afternoon. Light accumulations expected. Near steady temps in the mid teens. Winds NE at 10-15 mph.
Sunday Night: Mostly clear with a low of 9°F. Wind W at 10-20 mph giving us a wind chill of 4-6 below zero.