Tuesday, February 9, 2021

3 am Course Correction:
Storm winds change overnight, so does Silver Lake forecast; Latest: We  are now in the Middle of it

Overnight Monday: Cloudy with No Snow and deep cloud cover. Winds at 1 mph and gusts at 2 mph. High temperature of 27° and a Low temperature of 9°, about the same as Monday's temps. Mainly cloudy with snow showers around this morning beginning around 4 am. High 26-28F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of snow 60%. Snow accumulations less than one inch. Total inches for the storm is 1-3 inches but doesn't say when the last two inches are supposed to arrive but must be during the day Tuesday. Tuesday night and Wednesday - variations of cloudiness with some sun on Wednesday. 

I have pulled the last two articles on weather so as not to cast more confusion than clarity. It  should be noted that the above forecast is all official for Wyoming County from three different sources, and does not yet take into consideration any of the unique factors previously discussed concerning the Silver Lake basin area. These latest changes have come rapidly and there is not yet enough information to create a unique forecast as we like to do for Silver Lake.

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