Even though I have been recording weather data since I was young it was on this date in 2004 that I finally obtained the capability of transmitting my data continuously to the internet. I have been transmitting continuously except for those occasions when the power is out or my internet service is down. Whether I am at home, or not, I can count on my weather station and modern technology to make sure that my data gets recorded every 2 to 3 seconds. Now, if I could only get other areas of my life to be so reliable!
As you can see, it was a cold and windy January day where our temps topped out at 21 degrees.
See…I told you I am a weather nerd! If you are a bit of a weather geek, too, and would like to check out the weather history for Salisbury on any date since January 25, 2004 you can follow this link to my records.
Today and Saturday will find our daytime highs settling into the low 40’s under partly cloudy skies. Sunday and Monday will see moderating temps into the upper 40’s.
While there is no snow in our immediate future there do appear to be signs that we may see periods of light snow on/off for a period of time as we transition from January into February. While it is too early to etch this in stone the first opportunity may be next Tuesday evening into Wednesday. I’ll keep you posted.