PM Update: Making way for a pleasant weekend
Temperatures climb above average by Sunday!
Despite plenty of clouds throughout the day, temperatures have again risen to near-average levels this afternoon with highs around 50 many spots. Winds, which never seem to end, have kept things feeling like the upper 30s and lower 40s though. Tomorrow will be the start of a several-day stretch with lots of sun and warmer readings eventually climbing well into the 50s.
Tomorrow (Saturday): We're staring down a pretty nice weekend and it starts off right Saturday with mostly sunny skies. Highs will rise to around 50 or just above most spots. Winds will still be up near 10-15 mph, but weakening a bit late.
'Snowicane' ranked: The end-of-February snowstorm, which missed us while hammering places to the north, has received its preliminary Northeast Snowfall Impact Scale (NESIS) rating. It comes in as a Category 3 NESIS storm, the third with such a rank this season and the 4th overall this season. The other two Category 3s hit us in December and February, and the Snoverkill blizzard came in as a high Category 2. As can be noted looking at the larger list, having a season with so many NESIS storms is basically unheard of.
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