Happy Saturday WABBLES! This year has been one for the books and we have saw many different weather patterns. If there were weather superlatives, January had the most snowfall, February had the most rain, July recorded the hottest day, and December brought us our coldest temps! So, what will be the weather’s closing act…keep reading to find out!
New Years Eve
This morning scattered showers and a possible thunderstorm are expected when we roll out of bed. By the time Saturday afternoon rolls around those showers should start to clear out but those clouds will hang out for any New Years celebrations. With that being said, any evening plans should go off without a hitch! Dry skies and temperatures dipping down into the 40s. Someone must’ve invited a cold front to the party because it will be here when the ball drops. It won’t stick around for long though, temperatures will creep back up into the 60s for Sunday!
New Years Day
Sunday, cloudy skies will be the dominating weather feature but that sun could shine through in the afternoon! 2023 is starting off well above normal temperatures with a high on New Year’s Day in the lower 60s. Expect a calm nice day for any outdoor activities. Don’t be fooled though there is another cold front trying to steal the opening act of 2023 bringing more rain and thunderstorms on Monday!
The next major system is knocking on our door. Monday morning will start off dry but those showers are moving in quickly. Monday afternoon and evening expect scattered showers and temperatures in the mid 60s. Here’s the blooper, this cold front forgot to cut out the part where the severe weather approaches. So, according to the SPC we are under a slight risk for strong to severe storms Monday evening and overnight into Tuesday morning. The timing and what to expect are still being worked out.
As the system progresses wxornotBG will make sure to keep you updated. On that note, this is the last Blog of 2022! Thank you to all our followers and supporters, see you all in the next year! 2022 weather finale, the end.