Temperatures plummeted to 2 degrees on Monday morning; 22 degrees below the high of Sunday afternoon. By now, according to forecasts you are no doubt basking in a balmy 53 degrees. But according to Chesterfield’s favorite weather prognosticator, the weekend snow, measured at 6 inches, will be the only big snow for the rest of the winter.
Normal temperatures over the last few days should range from a high of 47 to a low of 28 degrees. The record of 73 degrees was recorded in 2008 and the record low was a chilling 1 degree in 1940 when snowfall piled to a record 21.6 inches.