Happy Mother's Day to all you Moms out there!

May 8, 2022

As of 11am Sunday, we've recorded 2.19" of rainfall since Thursday. This brings May's total rainfall so far to 2.85". Pretty impressive, considering the entire monthly average is 2.60".

Today and Monday will have scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms, adding about another 1/4-1/2" of rain to the bucket. Snow levels 2000-2500'. Winds will mostly stay 15mph or less, but don't be surprised if a few gusts to 20 or 25 mph sneak in.

Tuesday and Wednesday look dry at this time, then another storm moves in Thursday morning (1/2" of rain). Next weekend is looking nice and dry with a warming trend. **Note that some fresh data coming in this morning hints that a weak system may bring light showers Friday afternoon into Saturday morning.**

Normal high/low: 67/42

Greeting card - many Pink and yellow tulips on a wooden background
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