May had a cool start but a warm ending, according to Bill Gregway, local observer for the National Weather Service. The average temperature for May was 0.7-degree warmer than average. Total precipitation for May was 1.77 inches. That is 1.53 inches below where it should be.
The weather service issued a heat advisory for the area, meaning that heat-related illnesses are possible.
Inside: Advice for coping with the weather and links to resources on heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
It looks like the mini dry spell is coming to an end later today.
We’re in a dry spell; for a while anyway.
Fulton managed to wring out 0.01-inch of rain, well after the trick or treaters. Today looks much better.
No trick. We should be treated to rain-free weather the next few days.
Brrrrrrr it’s cold out there. But, it’s going to dry out for a while
Slim chance of more rain – even slimmer chance of wet snow