23 F. average high for January 17.
20 F. high on January 17, 2012.
Trace of flurries fell at KMSP yesterday.
35-40 F. highs today and Saturday, then a 35 degree temperature drop Saturday night.
36 hours of subzero weather expected, from Sunday evening thru midday Tuesday, probably the coldest weather of the winter.
Snowfall This Winter, To Date:
1.7" Jackson, Mississippi
2.8" San Angelo, Texas
3.1" El Paso, Texas
1. Don’t be afraid to claim your age; own it and the body that goes with it. She started off her speech by announcing “I’m 50! I’m 50!,” setting the stage for heartfelt resolutions about how to live life in the second stage of adulthood. She had a light-hearted view of her age and quipped, “You know, I was going to bring my walker tonight but it just didn’t go with the cleavage.”
2. Be exceptionally grateful all the time, especially for those who are often unsung — and tell them often. We’re all used to award recipients ticking off a long-winded list of people we’ve never heard of who need to be thanked...."
Paul's Conservation Minnesota Outlook for the Twin Cities and all of Minnesota:
TODAY: Light snow tapers, slick roads early. Another January Thaw. Pleasant. Winds: SW 15. High: 36-40
FRIDAY NIGHT: Clouds and patchy fog, relatively mild. Low: 30
SATURDAY NIGHT: Bitter with highs winds and a wind chill of -20F. Low: -3
Photo credit above: AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez
Photo credit above: "Forget-me-nots bloom during springtime (file picture)." Photograph by Darlyne A. Murawski, National Geographic.