SUBSCRIBE NOW AND SAVE 3 months just 99¢/month

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Weather

Hourly
Daily
Stormtracker Forecast
Radar & Roads
Weather Headlines
The average number of blizzards in a winter is three.
Highs will only make it into the teens today with a breeze keeping a chilly feel to the air.
Strong eruptions in the tropics have been known to cause cooling due to large amounts of sulphur dioxide being placed into the upper atmosphere.
Winds will pick up today with a chance of snow arriving late in the day.
A modest shift could easily leave our region with more air from the southwest and with much milder and drier weather.
A chance of snow will come with Fridays slight temperature boost.

ADVERTISEMENT

A list of area school and organization weather-related announcements. Have an announcement? Email it to news@postbulletin.com.
It is very difficult to predict the wind's ability to lift old snow and make it airborne.
Mostly sunny skies and chilly temperatures in the single digits will feel even colder with the wind

ADVERTISEMENT

Stormtracker Team
Jared Piepenburg
Jared Piepenburg
Robert Poynter
Robert Poynter

ADVERTISEMENT