Thursday, December 18, 2008

Ice to Rain update! and Slick sidewalks!

Quick Cast......................

Tonight. Lows in the upper 20s with Ice on the way! I'M expecting the Freezing rain to start closer to 11:pm where we could see between a Tenth to a Quarter of an inch of ice possible!

Friday. Rain will move in right after the Ice Early early morning 3:am, We can expect Three quarters of an inch to one Inch of rain before it let's up later in the afternoon after one pm. Highs will be in the mid 50s.

Friday Night. Lows will be in the upper 20s with Cloudy to Partly Cloudy skies. Light winds between 10 and 15 mph.

Extended Outlook. Saturday is looking good with highs in the mid to upper 20s with Partly cloudy skies. A slight chance of a light rain later in that evening not looking like much at all as of now! Chilly lows in the low low 20s! With our next chance of Snow on Sunday! Sticking snow! I will have more on this later tonight! See you then!

Ice amounts are still looking around that Tenth to a Quarter of an inch mark! And a LOT of rain on the back side! This storm is packing a lot of moisture with it as you can really pick it out on satellite below!We are looking for rainfall between Three quarters of an inch to One Inch of rain right after the ice is over! Early Early Friday morning. Right now it is looking like the rain will start around 3:am Friday morning. This may melt some of the ice however slick roads will still need to be watched! The slick roads will be up to us to drive safely!

I will check back real soon with more on this! And just how much Snow we can expect on Sunday!!! Have a great day! And be careful out there it is slick on some of the sidewalks! You can see why I say this below! I had to go do some snow scooping and this is a picture of a chunk of that ice from last Tuesday! Where we had a Tenth of an inch of ice! This is what we can still find out there today! So be careful!

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good call on mixing it up Justin. Sometimes if you go with your gut instead of the puter you may be closer on a prediction. Remember these storms have a tendency to go 100 to 150 miles further north and west than the computer models show. It happens time and time again. Have fun with your blog and good luck.