This week will be cold and snowy. Wind chill factor of anywhere from 0 to 20 below with a gusty northwest wind and snow each day. We’ll keep you up to date here on 103.5 WAWL-LP.
Don’t forget, Monday, January 5th and January 19th, lis..
Expect another 4-7 inches of snow from Wednesday morning until Thursday morning as the Lake Effect snow machine continues. That’s nothing compared to communities around Buffalo, N.Y., where they have anywhere from 4-to-6 feet of snow. B..
My youngest son Luke was so confident that there would be no school on Tuesday that he rolled the dice and didn’t do his math homework. A chip off the old block. COLD….COLD…COLD… is the forecast and howling winds, snow. Brutal ou..
Well, here it comes. A Winter Storm Watch is up starting late Monday afternoon which runs through Tuesday night. Heavy Lake Effect Snow, high winds, very cold temps for mid-November on tap for the Tri-Cities. Get your snow melt, shovel..
It might still be fall, but it feels and looks like winter already. On Monday afternoon we had temps in the upper 50’s. By Tuesday afternoon, the temp had dropped the mid 30’s. On Wednesday, the high was only 34 degrees with a stiff wi..