Some chilly but drier air moved in tonight pushing out those clouds and some fog earlier today.
The trend for today will be to dry out.
A very damp and chilly Tuesday will evolve into a much warmer and more pleasant Wednesday!
I woke up to sleet this morning pounding on my skylight.
A pretty unusual day for the first of December!
Can you believe it? It is the 1st of December and our temperature has already climbed well into the 60s!
Today wraps up the final day of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season, which runs from June 1 through November 30.
As temperatures continue to rise throughout the night as warm air advection surges in warmer temperatures, we will be in store for a much warmer day today.
Yesterday, our high temp only topped out around 39, that’s about 12 degrees below average for this time of year.
We are starting to have warm advection move into the region through the next several days.
I hope your Thanksgiving was a good one
Yesterday was a sloppy mess, but Marty Bass has the details on today’s clear out.