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Temperatures have fallen a few degrees in the last hour, from 35 to 40 to 33 to 38, but are still too mild for accumulation on paved surfaces.
SNOW AND WINTRY MIX CONTINUE OVERNIGHT, ESPECIALLY NORTH OF DISTRICTJASON SAMENOW, WES JUNKER, ANDREW FREEDMANFEBRUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It’s clear, in other words, that our understanding of the long-term effects of mild cold exposure is still pretty murky.
Areas near the Pennsylvania border might see snow, but the rest of the area probably would see a light mix to rain event as mild air is drawn into the region at low levels.
My health, if not as precarious as Truffles’s, is such that if I contract covid-19, it is unlikely to be a mild case.
Early data from a small study—not yet peer reviewed—suggest the vaccine could offer “minimal protection” against mild Covid-19 caused by a local coronavirus variant.
If it’s over our area or to the north, we may be milder with a chance of rain, snow or mixed precipitation, with temperatures in the 30s or even 40s.
The one who did not didn’t get tested despite showing mild symptoms.
The mild and abundant sunshine helped melt off a good deal of snow as well.
In 1967 they formed a band called Halfnelson, which found only mild success in Los Angeles.
In past experience, storms that die out to our west don’t typically produce much more than three inches, as milder air to the south overruns cold air over our area.

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