TUESDAY: Cold sunshine, brisk wind chill. Low: 10. High: 21. Winds: SW 10-20mph
WEDNESDAY: Still cold, increasing PM clouds. Passing flurry? Low: 10. High: 25
THURSDAY: Bundle up, another cold day with partial sunshine. Low: 12. High:21
FRIDAY: Some of the coldest air of the season. Brisk sunshine. Low: 8. High: 17
SATURDAY: Slightly warmer as a clipper nears from the northwest. Low: 10. High: 28
Yesterday's commotion about the snow is all but over today. There will be a little more clean up taking place across the southeastern part of the state, but most of us are still waiting for that first big block buster storm of the year. By this time last year, the Twin Cities had seen nearly 16" of snow and those who embrace winter sports were having the time of their life.
It's no surprise that we're off to a fairly slow start this season, but I think it's promising now that more of us have a light white coating on the ground. The next big story as we enter the first full week of December is going to be the cold! Temperatures will be the coldest of the season so far and the coldest we've seen since late February or early March, nearly 6 months ago.
A series of cold fronts will drop south of the border this week, punching modified Arctic air into neighborhoods near you. I predict you'll start seeing more and more of those puffy winter jackets dawned with colorful scarves and clunky footwear. Each passing cold front will also bring a quick shot of light snow or flurries, nothing to write home about, but it'll be the light fluffy kind. PM Sunday brings that first chance.
Lobster-trap tag lost during ‘perfect storm’ washes up on Ireland beach 20 years later
"Retired Pembroke fisherman Richard Figueiredo couldn’t believe it when his son told him that a woman in Ireland had found one of his 20-year-old lobster-trap identification tags on a beach."this is a cool story, check it out HERE:
Thanks to Gavin & Laura Tugana from St. Louis Park, MN for the picture below:
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Gavin & Laura"