As we all begin to embark on another fun filled summer. Trips to beaches are likely on your agenda. One of the biggest threats to you at the beach are rip currents.
We are now a few days into astronomical Spring. I wanted to take a few moments to look back at how this past winter stacked up to winters in the past. Let's start with the average temperature. This winter was actually a little mild believe it or not.
Rain chances will turn into a chance for a late thunderstorm here in the county. We have a 90% chance of rain today. With a general thunderstorm risk later this evening.
We have an 80% chance of rain today and this evening. Here is when the rain is expected to move through the county. The good news is most of the day will be dry but overcast. As we head into the early evening hours things will change quickly.
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I mentioned in an earlier post this morning that today was national Weatherpersons Day. This day is observed every year on February 5th. Here is what the celebration of today is all about.
National Weatherperson's Day
We are all looking forward to the big game in some fashion on Sunday but its not the only big event happening on Sunday! This Sunday will mark the 3rd anniversary of this website.
We have been talking for the past few days about the chance of wet snow mixing in this evening with rain ahead of a cold front that will move through the region today. Here is the timeline on when you should see region move through the county.
We started out this morning with a little bit of freezing drizzle around the county but luckily avoided any serious ice issues. The skies have been overcast throughout the day as a warm front closes in on the county. The warm front will bring rain ahead of it.