Published: 2.17.18 8:54am
Good Morning Folks! It feels like we took a big jump from winter into spring and although the next 5 – 10 days paint a rather warm and at times, soggy picture, we are still very much likely to see another round of cold and perhaps wintry precip before this season is all said and done. There have been many seasons in which snow has fallen into April and May, more so for the ridgelines but we have learned to never say never when it comes to the weather in the mountains. Old timey lecture aside, it looks like today will be a wet one, while sunshine returns tomorrow to salvage the weekend, but looking at the work and school week ahead, it seems we’ll continue to deal with (or enjoy) above average temps and periods of rain. We don’t expect any sub freezing temps for the next 7 days and this is not what snow lovers want to hear, but trust in that with every winter thaw we typically experience a dramatic swing back to winter just before the season comes to a close.
Clouds have and will continue to increase across the region this morning, with temps in the low – mid 40’s across the region, eventually rising to the upper 40’s – mid 50’s this afternoon. Showers move in around midday and linger through the day with no heavy rain expected, but a steady flow of light – moderate showers are expected into the evening hours. Showers wind... click here for more