27 °F / -3 °C
Windchill:20 °F / -7 °C Humidity:72%Dew Point:19 °F / -7 °C Wind:7 mph / 11 km/h / 3.1 m/s from the NNE
Pressure:30.00 in / 1016 hPa (Rising) Visibility:10.0 miles / 16.1 kilometers UV:0 out of 16Clouds:Mostly Cloudy1700 ft / 518 m Overcast2500 ft / 762 m
(Above Ground Level)
Snow Depth:1.0 in / 2.54 cm Elevation:666 ft / 203 m
We had ice and snow last night. Roads were a nightmare.
More snow this morning, turned to rain this afternoon. Now it's going below freezing tonight. It's gonna get ugly out there. Glad I'm home for the evening.
Tornado watches and warning out tonight. Every time a commercial break comes in, it goes to breaking news instead with where the storms are now. Oklahoma has already had them on the ground. February and our temps have been in the 70's and a cold front coming through is hitting the warm temps. woohoo, nice evening tonight
Look out sattie!
It's 9:47 PM and I'm out on the lanai, wearing shorts, drinking wine, smoking a nice cigar, and the weather is typical at 65 F and no wind. SW FL has the best weather in the country from mid Nov until mid Apr, bar none. Tomorrow as today the high will be eighty as will the day after that and the day after that..... The rest of the year I'm outta here.
It's been crazy for a February in North Dakota. Two nights in a row, the temp didn't get below freezing at night. Last night, it rained off and on all night. Drizzled yesterday. Streets were pure hell! As the day wore on, the rain cut a lot of the ice/snow pack off of roadways, improving things a lot. Foggy this morning. They've been predicting 4-8 of snow, never materialized as that stuf stayed out west of us. Still calling for an inch tonight. We can handle that. It's bizzar for Feb. This is more like late March weather.
It was almost 40 yesterday but we had a little Alberta clipper move thru with an inch of snow..... it all melted luckily but now its 15 degrees headed for -3 tonight.
Could Alberta PLEASE keep thier freakin' clippers?