Warming Up Going Into The Weekend.



Valid @ 4:30 PM MST Thursday, Feb 2, 2017.

Cold Again Tonight - Warming Up Into The Weekend.


Valid @ 11 PM MST Wednesday, Feb 1, 2017.



Valid @ 4 PM MST Thursday, Feb 2, 2017.


Valid @ 4 PM MST Thursday, Feb 2, 2017.






1956 - A record snowstorm in New Mexico and west Texas began on Ground Hog's Day. The storm produced 15 inches of snow at Roswell NM, and up to 33 inches in the Texas Panhandle. (David Ludlum).

1989 - Bitter cold air covered much of the central U.S. Butte MT reported a wind chill reading of 91 degrees below zero, Salt Lake City UT was blanketed with 11.9 inches of snow in 24 hours, and winds around Reno NV gusted to 80 mph. Unseasonably warm weather continued in the southeastern U.S. Twenty-eight cities reported record high temperatures for the date, including Wilmington NC with a reading of 80 degrees. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data).

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