More Slush/Snow on the way

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Monty_67 called it last night. The temperature sunk like a rock and the heavy rain made it sink down to freezing and we ended up getting covered with a soggy blanket of snow.

It has stopped snowing now but there is a chance we get a little more Friday night. In between then and now we might get a shot of cold. We are slated to go down to -4C tonight. We will see if the fog allows us to do that.

I’ll try to update more later…

One Reply to “More Slush/Snow on the way”

  1. Huh, today was actually quite nice here, if cold. I got my webcam re-aimed after one of Mommy Nature’s puffs moved it. I see our barometer is at 1036.4mb and rising. Not sure how much higher it can go!

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