Monday, February 21, 2011

What We Seen Today Will Continue Into The Overnight...

Another cool rainy day in Indiana. Some areas in the northern half of the viewing area have already been seeing some snow showers and mixed precipitation. This will continue to be the story as we head into the overnight hours. Take a look at this radar image I took at 5:23pm EST this evening. You can see the areas of Snow accumulation, Minor ice accumulation, and heavy rainfall!We will see some mixed precipitation in Lafayette, changing over to all snow later on tonight. Nothing heavy. Snowfall would be less then an inch. Maybe even less then a half inch. Some minor icing is possible however nothing major! And heavy rain in the green areas in the map above. Here's the break down below.

Quick Cast.....

Tonight we can expect a mix of rain and snow. Some minor icing is possible however nothing major! Snowfall less then an inch. In the snow accumulation area in the radar image above will see slightly higher amounts snowfall amounts. Expect a low tonight around 23* degrees with winds between 5 and 10 mph.

Tuesday we will look for mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies. Maybe a few left over scattered snow flurries in the early morning however overall we will become mostly to partly cloudy through out the day. Look for a cool high around 35* degrees with a low Tuesday night around 22* degrees. Winds between 3 and 5 mph.

And Wednesday we will look for partly cloudy skies across the area through out much of the day. I do expect to see some more clouds start to move into the area later on Wednesday evening / night with some light rain also possible later on that night into Thursday. Expect a high around 45* degrees with a low Wednesday night around 33* degrees. Winds between 5 and 10 mph.

I'm a big cold weather lover and a big snow lover however I'm ready for some warmer weather! I have things I need to get done outside and it's just to cool and wet to do anything right now! So I'm looking into the near future for some warmer weather and here's what I found!

Over the next 8 to 14 days I still don't see any big warm ups. Just more average to below average temperatures across the area. Mother Nature gave us a NICE TREAT last week and then TOOK IT AWAY! So over the next week / two weeks no major warm ups. Hang in there bloggers! I'll keep looking!

God Bless.

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