Snow ended from west to east yesterday leaving behind it some decent accumulations. Most of us saw 2 to 4 inches with Ironwood being the winner receiving a whopping 7.4 inches. Now that the snow is mostly gone, temperatures dropped to the lower 20’s and upper teens. And with NW winds between 15 to 20 mph, prepare for single digit wind chills.
Thursday flurries stick around early before beginning to end by late morning and giving way to more sun. Highs will be just below average (Mid 30’s) for the first day of spring, as we top off in the lower 30’s. West winds will be breezy at 10 to 20 mph, so wind chills will be in the 20’s and teens.
Tonight clouds begin to break apart more and another chilly night sets up. Lows fall to the lower teens while winds will calm throughout the night. Another disturbance arrives late Friday with more snow before a much colder air mass takes hold during the weekend.