Welcoming Winter with Cool & Calm
|MAP IS FOR FRIDAY 12/23: |
BLUE H'S IN THE EAST MEAN RELATIVELY DRY, CALM CONDITIONS
5:00 AM EST 12/19 - After a raucous weekend of freezing rain, cold winds, heavy rain and practically the whole kitchen sink thrown at us, it is a pleasure to announce a tranquil start to this week that officially welcomes winter!
- Cool temperatures and dry conditions expected throughout the region as we head toward the holiday weekend.
- If you are looking for some hope of snow out there.. the best we can do is a chance of brief snow showers Thursday night (sorry but that would be after school has ended for the day...)
The good news is, at least travelers in the Eastern U.S. will not have to contend with weather hindering their journeys on Friday 12/23 and into Christmas Eve. High pressure will build into the region with colder temperatures but should stay free of storms into Christmas Day for most of us.
Our warm and grateful wishes to all readers for a safe, incident free week ahead and quiet days for wherever the holidays take you.
- From all of us at the FF Team.