Thursday/November/17/2022

Welcome: Good morning. The next possibility for a big snow is  probably the end of November or early December. I am starting to believe we will have a few big snow storms this winter, but more wintry mix storms than full snow storms. We will see if my prediction pans out…

Alert: None.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy, with less clouds southwards.

COMFORT INDEX: Dry.

TEMPERATURE: Highs in the upper 30s. Lows in the lower 20s.

DROUGHT INDEX: No current drought.

DAY WIND: 10 to 20 mph. Coming from the West.

DUSK WIND: 10 to 20 mph. Coming from the West.

PRECIPITATION: Widely scattered rain and snow showers.

AIR QUALITY: Great.

HAZARDS SUMMARY: None.

DUSK: Waning Crescent Moon with mostly cloudy skies at night.

Friday: Mostly sunny.

TEMPERATURE: Highs in the upper 30s. Lows in the mid 10s.

DAY WIND: 5 to 15 mph. Coming from the Southwest.

DUSK WIND: 5 to 15 mph. Coming from the West Southwest.

PRECIPITATION: None.

AIR QUALITY: Great.

HAZARDS SUMMARY: None.

DUSK: Waning Crescent Moon with partly clear skies at night.

Saturday: Sunny.

TEMPERATURE: Highs in the upper 30s. Lows in the upper 10s.

DAY WIND: 5 to 15 mph. Coming from the Southwest.

PRECIPITATION: None.

HAZARDS SUMMARY: None.

DUSK: Waning Crescent Moon with partly cloudy skies at night.

In About a Week Forecast: Read Below.

TEMPERATURE: A little cool for this time around.

PRECIPITATION: Normal for this time around.

The Sun: Today it rose at 6:47 AM and will set at 4:31 PM.

Anything to Mention: Have an amazing day, I hope all goes your way, so let today be your very best day, and please don’t forget to comment and like, thank you. Cheers everyone!

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