This past week we were graced with the Sun's presence everyday but Monday. Bright sunshine and seasonal temperatures with only a short lived period of clouds. This coming week, thankfully, has more snow forecasted for the area. A low pressure moving in off the California coast may bring a couple inches tomorrow night and then a Clipper system later on in the week may drop another inch. These snowfalls may help February of 2008 top the all-time snowfall for the month. Unofficially of course!
Winter 2007-08 is looking good.
(photo courtesy of our pal Courtney)
A couple cool sites ran across my computer screen this week. From the CoCoRaHS Blog manager Chris, The Cloud Appreciation site, a NOHRSC Snow Model Time Series Quick Query Page via a Google search (OSNW3), and from the "Top News of the Day" via the NWS MKE/Sullivan site the Hourly Weather Graph. It's amazing I never knew about this prior. It's a fun tool.