It’s official. According to recent reports from NOAA and NASA, 2016 was the warmest year on record (for the Earth) since record keeping began in the late 1800’s. This makes 3 years in a row of record breaking temperatures. El Nino had a big hand in the record warmth this year, but human influence is suggested to be the overall driver. This year also saw a major warm spell in the Arctic. That wasn’t the only hot spot. Here is a map from NOAA showing the temperature percentiles for the year. Look at how many regions had their record warmest…
Warm temperatures continue for a few days. We’ll see some in and out showers over that time as well.
Warms up thru Tomorrow, but there will be some raindrops to dodge
You’ll need an umbrella thru Midweek, but it gets warmer
Tracking an unsettled start to the new week, but at least it’ll be warmer.
Rain showers to kick-off the weekend. Otherwise, cool thru Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Temperatures start to fall today. We’ll be chilly this weekend.
Very warm today with colder temps again next weekend.
We’ll see lots of melting today, and for the next couple of days.
Colder air will gradually be leaving over the next 24 hours.
Cold weather continues today. Big warmup expected later this week.
Today’s sunshine will NOT improve our conditions outside
The snow is exiting, the cold air is spilling in.
Huge snow mess today. It will cause many problems across the region.
Snow, Sleet, Wind, COLD, Dangerous Travel Conditions