Main Arctic Front Blowing Through Now

January 30th, 2013 at 1:30 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Rainfall varied from around 1″ to as much as 3″ over the past two days.

Heaviest totals were in our northwestern counties.

After cooling from an overnight high of 65 at the station, main Arctic cold front is sliding through now with a band of wind-driven showers.

So, though it is 47 right now, temperatures will fall to the 30s by later on today & near 17 tonight.

Some flurries/scattered snow showers are possible, but it does not look like a big deal.

3 Responses to “Main Arctic Front Blowing Through Now”

  1. Teri says:

    I measured 1.33 inches of rainfall in the last 24 hrs.

  2. Mary Anne Best says:

    testing again :-)

  3. Mary Anne Best says:

    YAY!! I am out of the doghouse, LOL! Found out nobody can post two links in one email or it is picked up as spam. I learned a good lesson. I felt cut off you bloggers :-)

    Wow..temp is down to 37* with a SW wind howling at 30 mph!! Glad I am not going out tonight. Had dinner plans, we just cancelled, decided better to stay inside.

    MA in REM

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