Wednesday, February 18, 2009

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

Thanks to all the reports from Teri, It is snowing in Tippecanoe county and is starting to stick rather well. It seems to be a moderate snow. We will keep seeing this snow until early morning tomorrow. Off and on snows will give way to snowfall between a half inch to maybe an inch possible.

We will be seeing some gusty winds tonight into tomorrow as well between 10 and 20 mph with a few gusts to 25 mph. This will make our forecasted temperature of 17 tonight feel like -2* degrees to 0* degrees. And we will keep seeing these cold wind chills from tonight to at least this weekend. The BEST news is the rainfall amounts did stay on the lighter side which is great news for the rivers..... Which will now keep falling slowly but surely.

Weekend.....Saturday is still looking like a good chance for snow which snow lovers will be happy. We currently are looking for snowfall to be between the 3" to 4" inch range with still that slight chance the Lafayette area could see five inches. But for now I like the 3" to 4" inch range.

Now one more thing I wanted to point out is Yes we will be a little slick on the roads tomorrow morning. With a half inch to an inch of snow on the ground you should allow yourself extra time to get where you are going and drive slow until roads start to look better. With it being so cold salt wont do much. And any standing water tonight I'M worried about it freezing. So remember your winter driving tips and you will be better off.

Be sure to send in your snowy pictures to if you can so we can see how things look in other areas. And don't forget to post your amounts to the CoCoRaHS.....

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