37F at 1pm with a glassy sky and an overnight layer of snow.
35F by noon with hazy cloud and bright sunshine.
30F by noon, overcast and windy.
A year ago on the farm. We’re surprised to see snow this time of year, but last week’s warmer weather, which saw laundry drying quickly in the sun, was more unusual than yesterday’s snowstorm.
19F at 8.30am, overcast and bitter rising to 25F and some snow.
28F at 10am with light but persistent snow throughout the morning: a white out on the peaks. 34F by 2pm.
30F by 9.30am with flurries of snow mid-afternoon and a few inches of snow on the peaks.
Still only 32F at 11am with flurries of morning snow that settled more thickly on the peaks and overcast skies. A seasonal start to the New Year.
34F at 9.30am, humid, overcast and bleak with brief periods of sunshine and the odd flurry of snow.
31F by 10.30am and overcast with a thin blanket of overnight snow settling only on paths and roads.
Only 31F at 2pm, with most of yesterday’s snow melting, except parts that were in the shade. Clear skies all afternoon.
26F at noon with an overnight snow flurry having dusted the landscape. More gentle flurries beginning in the afternoon. 30F by 3pm.
35F at 8.30am and overcast with snow flurries beginning mid-morning, taking break for lunch and then continuing throughout the afternoon.