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Late December Temperature Outlook; White Christmas Potential

December 16, 2014 0 Comments
Late December Temperature Outlook; White Christmas Potential

The mild spell that melted our snow and almost allowed us to forget what month it is has come to an end and now December is reasserting itself across the Midwest. The storm system that brought the massive temperatures changes also brought a little freezing rain and snow to the area, but not nearly enough to […]

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Mild weather persists for us

December 8, 2014 0 Comments
Mild weather persists for us

Thanks to a relatively mild start to the day today that has featured morning high temperatures in the 30s across the area, we’ve managed to reach our fifth consecutive 30 degree day, something we haven’t done in about a month. Even though colder air is rushing into the area on the heels of the departing storm system that […]

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Where’s The Snow?

December 16, 2011 0 Comments
Where’s The Snow?

So we are heading into Christmas and as noted in previous posts (1,2,3) as well as everyday observations from this winter to last winter we are in a snow deficit.  Obviously there is no snow on the ground at this time and to date we have only picked up 4.1 inches of snow through 16 days […]

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Christmas climate for Rochester

December 25, 2010 0 Comments

Merry Christmas! As I catch the ending scene of “A Christmas Story” for the upteenth time now (shameless plug for TBS – but it’s one of my favorite Christmas movies!), where it’s snowing, I’m reminded of the snow across our area. So, in light of Christmas, and snow, here are some fun facts for Christmas Climate in Rochester. Thanks […]

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Snow has ended + snowfall amounts

December 4, 2010 4 Comments

Our first snowfall event of the season has come and gone. Some flurries will still be possible overnight, but no accumulations except a sprinkling. Now it’s just going to get coooooooooooooooooooold the next several days. Also, winds that will be about 10-15mph could create some blowing and drifting of that fresh, powdery snow. Here is […]

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