Feb 16 (9:49p): Overcast, mild, and misty most of the day. Steadily cooler from mid afternoon on with a breeze developing; still above freezing after dark.
Feb 15 (9:26p): Mild all day. Mostly to partly cloudy through the morning with moments that almost seemed sunny, then warmer and overcast afternoon with a little spitting rain off and on. Misty after dark.
Feb 14 (10:00p): Overcast and cold early, then clearing by mid morning and mild in the sun.
Feb 13 (9:45p): Cold overnight. Sunny most of the day and gradually warmer: up near freezing mid afternoon, with mud in the sunny spots, then freezing again before dark.
Feb 12 (9:35p): Just above freezing overnight. Mostly cloudy and fairly mild through mid afternoon, then clearing and moving colder: below freezing before dark.
Feb 11 (10:00p): Moderate rain overnight continues all day. Mild and springlike in the morning, then cooling from mid day. Rain trails off after dark.
Feb 10 (10:00p): Below freezing overnight but quickly warmer; mild by mid morning and mostly cloudy. Continued mild after dark with light spitting rain gradually intensifying.
Feb 9 (10:00p): Quite cold overnight. Mostly sunny in the morning and gradually warmer; a mix of sun and clouds in the afternoon and warmer, though never above freezing.
Feb 8 (10:00p): Hard freeze overnight: all that slush turned solid. Sunny and cold in the morning, then more clouds afternoon and somewhat warmer, though damp and raw.
Feb 7 (10:00p): Flat overcast morning, and damp and cool. Light snow beginning mid morning quickly becomes heavy; with about three inches on the ground it changes over to rain mid afternoon. Snow compacted but not much melted; still complete coverage in unshoveled areas, and lots of slush on streets.
Feb 6 (9:43p): Overcast, damp, and coldish early. Snow flurry mid morning leaves half and inch of accumulation, then intervals of sun and clouds the rest of the day, breezy, and continued raw.
Feb 5 (9:29p): More rain overnight, then clearing by mid morning. Mostly sunny the rest of the day; strong sun, but damp and breezy. Muddy until late afternoon, then the ground freezes again.
Feb 4 (10:37p): Flat overcast early and damp and cold. Warmer towards mid day, with a little light rain early afternoon. Rain stops and warmer mid afternoon, then steady rain after dark.
Feb 3 (10:28p): Bright, clear, and cold all day.
Feb 2 (10:00p): Half an inch of icy wet snow overnight. Overcast and fairly mild—right around freezing—early, then clearing and steadily cooler late morning on. Breezy afternoon and well below freezing.
Feb 1 (9:05p): Flat overcast in the morning, and cold and damp. Sunny mid day and steadily warmer though the afternoon, with overcast returning late afternoon.
Jan 31 (10:30p): Sunny and coldish through mid afternoon, but pleasant in the sun; gathering clouds and damp later afternoon and chilly-feeling despite the rising temperature. Never above freezing all day.
Jan 30 (9:37p): Snow falling overnight and through early afternoon, with under an inch of accumulation. Breezy, cold, and damp in the morning; a little milder afternoon, but still below freezing.
Jan 29 (10:06p): Overcast, damp, and chilly. Above freezing until mid afternoon but cool-feeling still, then steadily colder. Light snow starts after dark.
Jan 28 (9:00p): Overcast, with some breaks of sun afternoon. Steady mild temperatures through mid afternoon, then cooling towards evening.
Jan 27 (10:00p): Sunny and cool in the morning; some cloud cover towards mid day and quickly warmer. A mix of sun and clouds, breezy, and mild afternoon. Still very mild after dark.
Jan 26 (10:00p): Bright and clear. Cold in the morning, then steadily warmer through the day; close to or above freezing mid afternoon.
Jan 25 (10:00p): Bright and clear all day, and cold and breezy. Never above freezing, but some melting in the sun.
Jan 24 (10:00p): A mix of sun and clouds; mild in the morning, then cooler through the afternoon.
Jan 23 (9:20p): Overcast and raw all day. Misty early with mist freezing on surfaces for serious widespread black ice, then steady rain beginning mid morning icing trees and wires. Slightly above freezing from mid afternoon, so the rain melts the ice. Rain trails off early evening.
Jan 22 (9:07p): Overcast and damp; just above freezing all day. Spitting rain off and on.
Jan 21 (10:00p): Sunny and mild—positively spring-like mid day. Below freezing again soon after dark.
Jan 20 (10:00p): Mix of sun and clouds and mild: lots of melting all day.
Jan 19 (10:00p): Overcast, raw, and chilly: close to or above freezing much of the day, but cold-feeling with breeze and humidity. A tiny bit of very fine snow afternoon.
Jan 18 (9:00p): A dusting more of snow overnight. Bright and sunny: below freezing all day—though close mid afternoon—but plenty of melting in the strong sun.
Jan 17 (10:00p): Fine snow at first light, then falling thickly by mid morning. Three or four inches on the ground by late morning, when it gets warm enough for new snow to just compress what's there; a little light rain and ice mixed in as well. Very light precipitation continues after dark.
Jan 16 (9:15p): This overcast with some breaks of sun in the morning; damp and raw. Thicker overcast and a little warmer afternoon.
Jan 15 (10:02p): Cold and raw; cloudy, with a few snow showers.
Jan 14 (10:00p): Ground frozen solid overnight. Clear and cold—below freezing all day.
Jan 13 (10:00p): Cool but not cold and mostly sunny early morning, then a brief shower followed by overcast skies and steadily dropping temperatures. Cold, clearing, and breezy in the afternoon; below freezing by mid afternoon at least.
Jan 12 (10:00p):
heavy mist coming off the melting snow

the poor snow didn't stand a chance

Mild overnight: well above freezing, with thick mist at first light that clears somewhat through the morning. Mostly cloudy early then some cleaning mid morning, warmer still—door open all day!—and breezy: amazingly quick melting of snow. Light rain begins early afternoon, then heavy rain and gusty breeze after dark.
Jan 11 (10:00p): Mostly cloudy and strangely mild: snow very soft by mid morning, with plenty of melting. Still mild after dark.
Jan 10 (10:00p): Mostly sunny and mild: above freezing in the middle of the day.
Jan 9 (10:26p): Mostly sunny and mild—above freezing by late morning. More clouds towards evening and quickly cooling.
Jan 8 (9:38p): Overcast early, then clearing mid morning—mostly sunny the rest of the day. Warmer: up near freezing most of the afternoon. Lots of icicles.
Jan 7 (8:24p): Very cold overnight, then steadily warmer in the bright sunshine mid day (though not close to freezing). Chilly again by mid afternoon.
Jan 6 (10:00p): Bright and clear; very cold and breezy.
Jan 5 (9:32p):
snow on the shed

after the blizzard

Overcast at first light with very light snow falling, then clear by mid morning. Steadily colder throughout the day; breezy in the afternoon.
Jan 4 (10:00p): Light snow starts the first part of the morning, and quickly picks up: fine blowy snow falls thickly until a little after dark. About a foot all told. Breezy all day; strong gusty winds in the afternoon.
Jan 3 (9:09p): Very cold overnight, then steadily warmer under mostly sunny skies with thin high wispy clouds. Almost up to freezing mid afternoon, then cooler again towards evening.
Jan 2 (9:41p): Clear and bitter cold in the morning: -14°F after sunrise and breezy. Hazy overcast afternoon and rather warmer, though still well blow freezing. Single digits and clear again after dark.
Jan 1 (8:28p): Bright, clear, and very cold all day.