The R-C Morning Report for Dec. 10
It’s cold outside, but it could be way colder. I read minus 9 in the car at Highway 395 and Genoa Lane, which jibes with what the NDOT thermometer near there said. The Ranchos sensor behind Pau-Wa-Lu Middle School says it’s minus 14 out, but there are a column of yellow cautions under quality control.
We red-lined the air quality monitor at Ranchos Aspen Park for three hours last night. It slipped back down into the moderate range by 5 a.m.
Douglas County School Board Trustees will be augmenting the budget and Superintendent Lisa Noonan’s evaluation today at their regular meeting 3:30 p.m. at Douglas High School. Noonan’s evaluation isn’t scheduled to start until 8:45 p.m., so it’s going to be a long meeting.
The freezing fog is out there, but it’s not much of a nuisance, Expect it to clear around 10 a.m. Once it does we’ll have mostly sunny skies and a high near 28. We’re supposed to crack freezing on Wednesday.