After our wintertime snow to ice to rain event passes through today, there will be a brief lull in the our weather before an Alberta Clipper descends down from central Canada and moves south of us off shore on Tuesday with a brief period of snow to whiten the ground some. This active Clipper will usher in the coldest weather of this winter season. Wednesday and Thursday mornings will touch zero and maximum temperatures struggling to get to the middle teens Wednesday and Thursday. To add insult to this cold outbreak a brisk northwest wind at 15-25 MPH making it feel well below zero at times.
Any snowstorms on the horizon? My next post will have a January snowcast.
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