Clouds Rolling In — Flurries, then snow, then rain and wind

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The clouds have started to roll in and that means the flurries and snow isn’t far behind.

We should expect snow to start to fall before the sun goes down today. Major accumulations shouldn’t start until after dinner time. Again though, it will all come down to the temperature at the time. We’re currently just just below 1C. Still snow territory, though I’d be more comfortable with that if we were on the – side of 0.

What is a near certainty is that we will get some snow tonight and that by Monday night, it will have all turned to rain.

I’ll update when the snow starts to fall. Have fun and oh ya… GO LIONS.

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