Unseasonable Warmth Followed by Cold Pattern


Ohiopyle Sunset, December 2010

Ohiopyle Sunset, December 2010

I am not looking forward to the weekend. Temperatures will reach around 60 degrees Saturday – yuck. The good news is that the return of winter is just around the corner.  However, the cold is going to return next week on schedule. As a matter of fact we go from 60 on Saturday to looking at the possible of snow on Tuesday. The models were showing about 1-3″ today for Tuesday.

Many meteorologists believe that temperatures could be the coldest we have seen in year at the end of January into early February. There have also been many references to January and February of 2010 in terms of the cold. Although there are some early indicators that we will have a snowy pattern ahead, most are reluctant to go so far as to say it will be like 2010 in terms of storms.

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2 thoughts on “Unseasonable Warmth Followed by Cold Pattern

  1. Hi Jenn,

    I know this is not your favorite weather, but it is perfect for getting those Christmas decorations down before the next cold blast. Hope you are enjoying your snowshoes this winter. This unseasonably warm weekend is also perfect for a nice hike on a woodsy trail. Steve and I may head for Confluence.

    Joann

    >>> “The JennCast” 1/10/2013 11:36 PM >>>

    thejenncast posted: ” Ohiopyle Sunset, December 2010 I am not looking forward to the weekend. Temperatures will reach around 60 degrees Saturday – yuck. The good news is that the return of winter is just “

  2. I hope you had a chance to hike Joann. I took down Christmas decorations. Unfortunately, I was sick during the snowier times and too busy with work to make it out snowshoeing. Sadly, I don’t think this will be my year for outdoor snow fun as I have several business trips coming up soon.

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