Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Watching The Snow Move Closer.

Okay bloggers the snow is on the radar and will be moving into the area soon enough! As always lets start with the quick cast before we get to the snowfall amounts! Take a look.

Thursday we will look for scattered snow showers through out much of the day. Otherwise we will be mostly cloudy. Highs will be in the upper 20s around 27* degrees with lows that night around 15* degrees. Winds will be between 5 and 10 mph. This will make for a night time wind chill of 3* degrees!

Friday we will look dry with partly cloudy skies over the WLFI viewing area. Highs will be cooler in the lower 20s around 22* degrees. Lows that night around 5* degrees! Winds will be between 10 and 15 mph. This will make for a daytime wind chill of 7* degrees. And a night time wind chill anywhere between -10* to -13* degrees possible!

Now lets take a look at the latest snow models! First take a look at the radar below.(Radar Image Taken At 5:54pm EST)

You can see the snow just to our southwest moving east north east slowly! This will move into the area by late evening / tonight. But how much snowfall are we talking about? Well, take a look at the latest snow - cast below.I have changed a few things in this map from the last time you seen it. You can see northern Indiana with lower amounts around a Trace to 1" possible. Then a 1" to 2" Inch range followed by that and the WLFI viewing area in the 2" to 4" Inch range. Now I have Lafayette, in the 2" to 4" Inch range, With exact snowfall models showing around 2.8" Inches possible. So I feel this wide range of 2" to 4" inches is pretty good!

I will continue to watch this and pop back in if I have to make any major changes! Hopefully we won't need to lol.

Until then... Happy Tracking!

God Bless.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks Justin. Sure looks like we are getting a white Christmas this year! Take care and Lord bless... :-) JLB