While Gurney said to only look out for 1-2 inches of snow today, the area may get hit with an additional 3-5 inches overnight, totaling between 5 inches and 9 inches. Snowfall is expected to be lighter in the northern suburbs.
Don’t expect weather to improve Sunday when the advisory wears off, though. Gurney said the area will face chilling temperatures in the 20s with a 30% chance of light snow showers.
Gonna be sunny with highs of 37°-38° for the next few days. Lows gonna be around 28°-32°. Summer highs are usually in the 85°-95° range. Lowest I've ever seen in the winter here was around -15°. Don't have high humidity, don't have biting flies, got very few mosquitos. Don't have earthquakes or hurricanes. Do have the occasional wildfire and localized flooding, but neither are a real problem at Casa de Harry. We also have the Yellowstone Caldara Super Volcano, but worrying about that is not in my job description. It'll either blow or it won't, and all I can do is watch.