I don't know about you -- but this winter feels like a broken record in terms of the weather.
I looked at the weather maps today and same ole same ole -- wintry weather once again skirting the northern tier and Great Lakes, windy in the plains, high fire danger along the Front Range of the Rockies, high mountain snow showers, a new storm moving into the west, etc.
In Denver, we have only had 0.17 inches of precipitation since January 1. It all came in the form of very light, fluffy snow.
We've had enough wind to power a city skyline -- but that is actually pretty common this time of the year.
Over the next couple of days, we will see a chance for severe weather pop up once again in the lower Mississippi and Tennessee River Valleys.
Over the Great Lakes, New England and vicinity -- colder than normal temperatures are anticipated this weekend.
I read a neat article earlier this month about NOAA fire weather experts helping with the Australia fires. Click here.