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Weather Words With Frank Ward

We can expect sub-freezing temperatures for the rest of the week in Delaware County! Frank gives tips on how to keep your water pipes unfrozen, and tells us when we can expect snow - and how much - later this week! To subscribe or advertise, visit the-reporter.net or call 607-464-4009. more

Weather Words With Frank Ward, Jan. 20, 2022

We are 25 inches below average in snowfall this year.  Listen to Frank's forecast to find out what other anomalies seem to be occurring, and what's in the forecast for the rest of the week. more

Weather Words With Frank Ward

“Good Day - hopefully, for everyone. Thursday, Jan. 13 turned out to be absolutely marvelous, believe it or not - 41 degrees, that’s 20 degree above normal. People’s roofs cleared … more

Weather Words With Frank Ward

How much snow did we get and what's in store for this week? Walton Weather Observer Frank Ward has the details! more

Weather Words With Frank Ward

In this episode of Weather Words with Frank Ward, we find out what's in store for Delaware County over the weekend, and when this ice will melt! Spoiler alert - not any time soon.  more

Weather Words With Frank Ward

WALTON - “Well, it was cold and we did get snow Friday night, Jan. 7, and early Saturday, Jan. 8. All together we got 3” of snow but it was the wind and the windchill that made it very … more

Weather Words With Frank Ward Jan. 10, 2022

We are experiencing icy conditions and frigid temperatures on Monday, Jan. 10, 2022. Windchill factors on Tuesday, Jan. 11 will make it feel like -20 in Delaware County! For the week's forecast, and … more

Weather Words With Frank Ward

Walton Weather Observer Frank Ward previews what is shaping up to be a slippery Friday morning commute on Jan. 7, and tells us what’s in store for this weekend. Snow on Sunday will round out … more

Frank Ward’s Weather Words

WALTON - December was an interesting month, 22 days were above normal temperature with the warmest being Dec. 16 with 63 degrees. We were way below in snow, 6.7” is what fell, normal is 19.7 so … more

Weather Words With Frank Ward

There is colder weather making its way into Delaware County tonight! Frank also gives a summary of 2021 weather AND explains patterns, cycles and why climate change is not something that can be … more

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Weather Words With Frank Ward

“After my last report on Thursday, Dec. 23, the temperature for Friday, Dec. 24, stayed below freezing, so if you woke up early Christmas morning, and I mean real early, it was a White … more

Weather Words with Frank Ward

It was certainly a warm week for the first week of March. Remember, our normal highs for this time are 33-35 degrees - what did we have? 60, 55, 42, 44, 42 and it really didn’t get to normal … more

Weather Words with Frank Ward

It was a very warm week with 57, 49 42, 38... for the first four days. Normal is 32 degrees. Then two cold, windy days with one 3.5 inch snowfall. The rest of the precipitation was rain. So even with … more

Weather Words with Frank Ward

Daytime temperature this past week were just about normal or above normal - snow and rain the first part of the week, then blue skies and sun Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Monday, Tuesday and … more

Weather Words With Frank Ward

It was a wet week then freezing rain, rain on and off most of the week, and then real cold air. Saturday we hit -8 degrees and .065 in total liquid.  Five out of seven days had precipitation … more

Weather Words with Frank Ward

The first half of the week was overly warm, mostly gray and wet. Monday hit 47 degrees, Tuesday 54 degrees, Wednesday, 31, Thursday 38. All week above normal. Sometimes we don’t even see 54 … more

Weather Words with Frank Ward

Lots of Delaware County’s favorite color, gray, little bits of snow and rain and temperatures above normal - that sums up the week. Remember now this time of year normal is now 29° for … more

Weather Words

Well, more gray than blue, more warm than cold, and although it was wet to end, we’re still behind for the month. Wednesday 38°, Thursday, 41°, Friday 52°, Saturday 41°; … more
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