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Dry Pattern Coming To An End?

Dry Pattern Coming To An End?

January 12, 2019 02:51 PM

This time of year, we're used to some snow on the ground and cold temperatures; our high temperatures should only be in the low twenties in fact. It's felt like we've seen neither - snow or cold temperatures. Interestingly enough, the last time the Rochester area saw more than an inch of snow was back on December 26th. Since then, trace amounts and even rain have been recorded in the area.

But it looks like starting later this upcoming week and lasting through the end of January, not only will our temperatures be on the cooler side but we could also see an uptick in our chances for precipitation. Over the next two weeks, our temperatures have a 60% chance for being below normal and our percentage to see more precipitation than normal is at 40%. 

That means that if all things stay consistent, our temperatures will be below freezing which means that our snow lovers out there might finally see some more consistent flakes falling.

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