It's that special day for your loved ones. I know many of you have big plans today. Maybe you will do a Valentine's Day lunch or maybe you are expecting flowers. In any case, you don't want the snow or rain slowing you down!
This morning we had returns on the radar but the snow and rain we saw was in the mid to upper levels of the atmosphere and evaporating before it reached ground level because of the dry air that is in place. Therefore, we have been dry this morning except for maybe a few flurries and sprinkles.
This evening shouldn't be any different. I will keep the chance of a few showers to make there way in here but mostly we should continue dodging the "wet" bullet.
Gentlemen, you always want to plan for the worse and hope for the best, so make sure you have an umbrella handy to put over top your sweetie so she doesn't melt. (Get it, sugar is sweet and it melts when it gets wet!)
Happy Valentine's Day!!!
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