Sunday, January 19, 2014

FOG & ......RIME?

Our recent stagnant weather pattern has really taken hold of the Inland Northwest. ManY were socked in again today with fog, while others experienced widespread lower clouds. And the fog has been depositing quite a bit of rime on the trees, power lines, and grass due to the air being very moist and the temperatures at or below freezing. Will this weather pattern end soon. Maybe not soon, but it has to come to end at some time, right? The dominant ridge may get nudged east or west, but it won't be going far. That means many valleys will likely see a lot of the same things for several days. If you want a change, the mountains have been enjoying mostly clear skies with above average temperatures. Temperatures at 3500 to 4000 feet have been in the 40s to near 50 degrees at times.

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