Temperatures remained cold Tuesday and they won’t change going into March, but there are signs of hope.
We have cloudy skies and a deep layer of snow across KELOLAND. Winter has a firm grip on KELOLAND. In fact, highs Tuesday ranged from 20 to 30 degrees below average. We’re at the time of year with average highs in the 30s and 40s.
While this weekend is looking cold with highs even further away from the averages, the temps do moderate next weekend.
Highs this weekend will be in the single digits for much of KELOLAND. That’s 30 to possibly 40 degrees below the climate average.
Next weekend will be slightly warmer, but still well below average. But, by only 20 to 25 degrees! These numbers are raw computer numbers suggesting highs will be closer to January standards.
So we will be seeing some warmer weather returning.
Keep in mind, when temperatures finally do warm above freezing, we’ll need a gradual snow melt. With the deep snow pack, if we melt too much too fast it will lead to flooding problems.
Oh, and before the weekend gets here, there’s another round of snow coming on Friday.