Monday, January 19, 2009

Monday night update

The little disturbence I talked about last night is heading south as expected. Last night, the area recieved some flurries/light snow and most got no accumulation, but there was a decent dusting in some areas.

Now just as I said last night, there are some snow showers and flurries around the area. None of the precipitation is heavy, and it will likely only last till about 3:00 AM. It will be hard to even squeeze out a dusting, but that is it - no accumulation to maybe a dusting at best.

Lows Tuesday morning will range from the teens to upper 20's. The sun will be out, and temperatures will be warming somewhat. Tuesday is more of a transitional day as warm air is trying to surge in from the west. Highs will range from the low 30's to the mid 40's around the area.

Then we really warm up Wednesday into Thursday as a warm front pushes through and winds increase from the west. Highs Wednesday will likley be in the 50's to near 60 degrees in spots. Thursday will be even warmer with highs in the upper 50's and into the 60's. Then an arctic front will push through and there is a chance of snow sometime Saturday night through Monday. Right now, the chance is slim due to the lack of moisture available at this point.

I will have a more extensive blog soon.

Alex Pickman


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