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WEATHER TIDBIT

Week of March 20-26, 2019

It was a wild week indeed. We totaled over an inch of rain, 1.08", from March 12-14, with over half of it coming on the 14th (.54"). The rain, combined with warmer temperatures, made for a rapid snow melt. If not you, you probably know someone who experienced some flooding woes. From basements, sidewalks, roads and ends of driveways, nothing was untouched. Roads became a little dicey as temperatures dropped below freezing, and flooded areas turned to ice. I myself became a victim of the ice Sunday morning and took a spill. Friend Chris did a mini polar plunge when he fell through some ice with a half foot of water below it. The 50's forecasted for this weekend should really eat away at our snow pack. Spring begins this Wednesday, March 20 at 4:58pm.

WEEKLY AVERAGES
High Low Sun PCP
45   26   56%   0.48"


         Sunrise Sunset
Wed  March   20   7:15   7:26
Thu   March   21    7:13   7:28
Fri    March   22    7:12   7:29
Sat   March   23    7:10   7:30
Sun   March   24    7:08   7:32
Mon  March   25    7:06   7:33
Tue   March   26    7:05   7:34






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