Forecast issued Friday, January 27, 2023
I look forward to visiting the Pre-K kiddos at Stone Elementary this morning!
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High pressure is in control today and tomorrow. That high pressure breaks down by Saturday night, as our next storm system blows in. That system will make for a wet and windy Sunday. That system moves out and leaves us with cloudy skies for Monday. Then, our next storm system arrives Monday night and Tuesday with more rain.
Next week’s forecast is a bit of a headache beyond Tuesday. An arctic front will begin moving slowly in from the north, as disturbances continue to affect our area. The coldest of this air will stay to our north, but enough cold air may move in to create a wintry mix Wednesday morning. I’ll keep you posted!
Hourly Temp & Precip Forecast
Saturday night through Sunday night.
For the period of midnight to midnight.
On This Day
1772 – The “Washington and Jefferson Snowstorm” occurred. George Washington reported three feet of snow at Mount Vernon, and Thomas Jefferson recorded about three feet at Monticello.
1888 – The National Geographic Society is founded in Washington, D.C. for “the increase and diffusion of geographic knowledge”.
1941 – Peruvian ambassador Ricardo Rivera-Schreiber warns American Ambassador of Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor.
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