It seems like some of our biggest snow storms tend to be around Presidents’ Day. My best guess would be: It’s because there’s still plenty of cold air available, but there’s lots of energy and heat trying to push north. Either way, a snow storm certainly won’t be the case this year.
We went out to enjoy the nice, mild day and go for a nice walk on the Northwest Lancaster River Trail, and it was actually hot. It was enjoyable to relax on the bench in the sun and make some vitamin D. There were no unfound caches in the area for us, but it was definitely pleasant to get some fresh air.
I don’t think I remember it ever being this warm in February. What a drastic change from the prolonged arctic air in late December of last year and Early January of this year.