Temperatures will likely be above average through the end of January, according to a new outlook just released by the Weather Prediction Center. This outlook has a 40% chance of temperatures above average from January 24 through 30. Precipitation is expected to be near average. Credit: WPC This pattern will certainly compliment the well-above average temperatures we are seeing through this week and the weekend.
If you ventured out today, you most likely encountered the stubborn fog that’s been around all day and it’s not going away just quite yet.
During the first week of January, a crack in the Larsen C ice shelf grew by more than 10 miles.
Computer forecast models are suggesting changes to Monday’s winter weather.
The further north you go, the winter weather will be a mix of snow and sleet.
No new news, is good news in this situation. Only light amounts of wintry precipitation are expected here, while areas south of us will be hit much harder.
In 2016 natural disasters cost $175 billion and insurance paid around $50 billion in natural disaster-related insurance claims.
With more and more forecast data coming in, the timing and precip type outlook for the weekend will continue to change in the hours ahead. Here’s your update as of 7:30 Thursday night.
The latest on the weekend Freezing Rain and Snow.
It’s not your average forecast for January 11. Our wild winter ride continues.
More very warm temperatures in the long range forecast
Winds have howled today as the freezing rain changed to rain and temps approached 50°.
If you woke up with a puzzled look on your face you were probably not the only one. We had freezing rain when the … More »
A few snowflakes have been out there this evening. More will come overnight but, by morning, temps will be rising and this snow will change over the freezing rain and, eventually, rain.
Gusty winds bring pacific pattern into the area
Tricky travel may be possible Monday night and Tuesday morning
Wear extra layers if you plan on doing some skating today
It hasn’t happened in nearly 100 years, but in just 227 days, a total solar eclipse will take place and be visible across the country from coast-to-coast.
8 to 14 day outlook has warmer temperatures headed our way.
Get to the game early on Friday night for the opportunity to score a new winter hat!