Sunday, March 10, 2019

Winter Weather Advisory; High Winds

Wild March weather continues today. After a gorgeous spring-like day yesterday, Old Man Winter has said, "Not so fast."

The bulk of the snow is over for the morning--2 inches at the GSD Home Office so far--but we could see a period of sleet later in the morning hours that will disrupt travel. And the wind is howling. Gusts up to 50 mph are expected this morning.

There is no threat that this fast-moving storm will affect the start of school tomorrow. Everything will wind down later this afternoon.

As for the week ahead, it's starting to look more like spring. After a coolish start to the week--temps in the 30s on Monday and Tuesday, we should end the work week with temps in the mid-50s. The only real chance for precipitation will be Friday afternoon when we could see some rain showers.

The long-range folks are saying the back half of March should be colder than normal with precipitation at or around normal. This means at least one more major storm is still possible before we close the books on Winter 2018-19.

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