I watch a lot of the old-time televisions shows on Amazon Prime and Netflicks from back in the days when people only saw things in black in white. That’s what I tell the grandkids anyway. I also call leftover meals reruns when they make a return to my plate the next day.
Our weather as of late seems to be one continuous rerun as we continue with a stubborn low-pressure system meandering its way through the state. Lots of clouds dominate with scattered rain and snow showers and little variation in temperature from day tonight. Below is a graph readout from Thursday night to this morning of the temps from my station.
The new CPC forecast has come out for the 8 to 14-day outlook which is guessing near normal temps (36%) and above-normal precipitation (41%).
Looking at long-range forecasts we are still not seeing the Polar Vortex sending any cold air our way though a piece may break off and rotate down into northern Eurasia. There is plenty of cold air in Canada which could send us some cooler than normal temps our way in the mid-February timeframe (or not).
So, in short our cloudy soggy days continue causing the lakes and rivers to rise as many contemplate the building of arks.