Five-day Weather Outlook, Dec. 21-25
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Outlook for Dec. 21
Happy first day of Winter!! Patchy freezing fog this morning, watch out for icy spots. This afternoon will bring some sun and temperatures above normal, that will last for the week.
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Weather patterns we’re watching:
Looks like a rainy, foggy, & windy Christmas eve with rain changing to some snow on Christmas afternoon.
Concord almost has as much snow as Anchorage, AK:
Binghamton catapulted into the snowiest location in the U.S. Last week was ranked 56th with just 7” of snow, now has 48” thanks to the 40” snowstorm on the 16th-17th. 31”+ above normal to date now.
Albany last week had 2.5” now has 25.4” goes from 105th place now 14th snowiest pic.twitter.com/EYgS0BSmZv
— Ralphs Weather OBS (@WeatherNut27) December 20, 2020
Click here for NH Snow totals from last week.