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Wednesday's Forecast:High pressure will dive down from Canada helping to clear out our skies, but also cool down our temps. We'll see highs in the upper teens to low twenties during the day, and lows in the upper single digits to low teens. Winds will turn to the south, making way for a much warmer Thursday!
Wet Weather Watch:We still don't have any sizable systems in the near-term. A couple clippers will skirt the international border Friday, then again on Monday. I'm not expecting much by way of accumulations, though this system does look to bring qutie a bit of moisture north of us. If it happens to shift south, there is some hope for a little bit of snow, that is, if you're hoping for it!
March 12th Climatology:High (avg/rec): 33/55; 1903Low (avg/rec): 16/-18; 1880Last Year: 22/15 - Mostly Cloudy with Light SnowSunrise/set: 7:27am/7:10pmDaylight: 11h 42m 51s
On This Day In...1993 – The Blizzard of 1993 – Snow begins to fall across the eastern portion of the US with tornadoes, thunder snow storms, high winds and record low temperatures. The storm lasts for 30 hours.
Thanks for logging on and have a great rest of your day!Jason SydejkoChief Meteorologist