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Winter Break
Sunday, 27 January 2013 12:42
Winter is still trying to happen. We finally got a decent snow on January 23 with 2.5 inches of the wintry white stuff in my gauge the next morning. We also had a few days of proper winter chill, with Wind Chill Advisories for wind chills dropping near 20 below.

Today we're expecting a bit of a winter blast before another few days of warming, with temperatures expected to hit the upper 50s and maybe low 60s tomorrow through Tuesday. We even have our first chance for Severe Storms on Tuesday. Currently, the NWS has us just outside the fifteen-percent chance for severe storms, and well within the five-percent chance.

After the warm front moves through with rain and possible storms, temperatures are supposed to drop back to winter norms, even dropping back into the high teens by week's end.

Other than that, the weather continues to be uneventful. We had a High Wind Advisory on January 20. We only had a few days of flurries with minor accumulation throughout December. We have a chance for more than two inches of rain during the next few days, after that the chances for precipitation drop off again.
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