Funny how we want snow and cold, but we don't want Canada snow and cold. The skiing is great; arguably one of the better openings in recent years. But when the temps hardly climb above zero, it sure makes just a bit less tempting to get out there and freeze. That said, perhaps an adjustment to the deep freeze conditions can occur...
The latest update from the National Weather Service:
IN ADDITION...VERY COLD TEMPERATURES WILL RETURN BY
THURSDAY NIGHT AND CONTINUE THROUGH THE WEEKEND WITH OVERNIGHT LOWS WELL BELOW ZERO AND DAYTIME HIGH TEMPERATURES NEAR TO SLIGHTLY BELOW ZERO.
My question is this: When they say "very cold" temperatures will "return" by Thursday night - what exactly does that mean? It was -20 this morning, which doesn't exactly sound tropical to me.
Maybe it's going to "warm up" to +2, before the "very cold" weather "returns"?