Even Warmer Week Ahead

Feb. 13, 2017: If you enjoyed the warm weather over the weekend, good news: this week features just as warm weather, with the weekend boasting potential record-tying warmth!

To start off, Valentine’s Day is looking nice, minus the windy conditions that are expected. We then have cooler weather sliding in for Wednesday, as a cold front out of Canada drops us down for one day.

A weather system will kick up windy weather for Tuesday, then cooler conditions for Wednesday after it passes us by.

After that, here’s a preview of what you can expect for this weekend:

We’ll be near or breaking records this Friday through early next week with much warmer weather on the way

We haven’t had the 60’s since late November, and by the time we get to the weekend, it will be exactly 3 months since our last 60 degree day. We may very well see the 60’s, or close to it, by this weekend. We’ll go over the exact records for each date later this week, but for now, upper 50’s to low 60’s would be record tying or record breaking, depending on the date. I think our best chances for at least record tying weather would be this Saturday and next Monday, with the other days coming very close.

The warm weather may not stop for a while: the 2nd half of the month may continue with the warmer weather. According to the Climate Prediction Center, we have a 90% chance of warmer than average weather through the 23rd.

The Climate Prediction Center’s outlook for next week. We have a 90% chance for above average temperatures (meaning warm to very warm weather!)

There’s a 70% chance to stay warm through the 27th, which essentially is the end of the month.

The Climate Prediction Center’s outlook for the 21st through the 27th. We have a 70% chance for above average temperatures (meaning warm to very warm weather!)

This likely means not much if any snow in the forecast, since it may be hard to get days or weather cold enough to keep precipitation frozen. We’ll watch this closely for you, especially since we are tied for the least snowiest February on record.



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This post was written by Alex Kirchner on February 13, 2017

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