Wowwie! Our “snow” overnight night amounted to a super duper very light coating. All it did was add a touch of faint white to some surfaces - which was gone by 8 AM! I watched the snow bands approach and disappear just as they reached my location - again.
Last night’s low was 31F/0C. The high only reached 32.9F/0.5C even with a mostly sunny day. The winds were 10-15 mph/16-24 kph.
At 9:30 PM the temperature is down to 21.2F/-6C, although all around me personal weather stations (PWS) are all reporting temperatures from 13F to 16F/-10.5C to -8.9C. Our forecast low was supposed to be 16F/-8.9C. I do believe we’re going to get down a wee bit below that. But why is it that it’s usually a tad bit warmer around my location? Could it be all that hot air Jim7 spews out with his blasted babbling? Or is it all of these 24/7 industrial operations going on around here - the Port of Coeymans, Coeymans Recycling Center (enough to ship out by barge every couple of weeks), the Cement plant and associated stone quarry? Nah… must be Jim… I even have 2 outdoor temperature sensors and they’re only off by 0.2F/0.01C from one another. They are guaranteed to be accurate to within the above figure. Oh well… Here’s our “current” forecast - which usually changes by the hour ():
As you can see, rain is on it’s way here once again - for next Friday, Saturday and Sunday (not shown). Getting worried about not having a white Christmas, just a cold icy one.