Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Tracking The Warm Side Of A Big Winter Storm Maker To Our North And Then Northeast!

We have Spring weather to deal with over tonight through Wednesday however come Wednesday night it will feel like WINTER once again! Yes, Winter just doesn't wanna give up. We will see mostly the warm side of this system over tonight through Wednesday while others to our north and then off to our northeast will see the COLD side! The Cold Snowy side this week. Lets go ahead and take a look at what system I'm talking about below.

Yes, this chart above is showing you what things should look like come around 2:am EDT tonight. The warm front will be passing through giving way to a few hit and miss pop up scattered showers. A few rumbles cannot be ruled out. However this rain is looking very light this time around! Total rainfall tonight only around a tenth inch. The most I'm seeing in some areas is around a quarter inch and that would be in any pop up thundershowers.

This warm front will continue to lift north and push off to our east as a cold front then begins to move in by later on Wednesday.

Wednesday Afternoon...
This map is looking at 2:pm EDT Wednesday afternoon. Once this cold front enters the area we will be tracking some scattered showers / thundershowers across the area. The areas in the Yellow is where we will have to watch closely as this is the area I expect any severe weather to develop. As you can see I would expect any severe weather development to be southeast of the Lafayette, area. Still with it being that close to home we will be watching it closely!

Now once this cold front passes the area Wednesday evening / night things are gonna start feeling a whole lot different temperature - wise.

Wednesday Night...
Yes, after the front passes we will see that temperature start to fall! I'm talking about lows Wednesday night in the middle to upper 20s!! Brrrrrrrrrrrrrr That's gonna feel COLD after the 70s we seen earlier this week. lol :) Yes, that polar air is gonna dip down and it's gonna stick around for a bit. Any precipitation still left over on the back side of this front could very well fall as a mix or a few light scattered snow flurries.

As for the rest of this week! Take a look.

Extended Outlook...
So Wednesday we see our highs peak in the upper 60s! Only to FALL FAST to a low Wednesday night in the middle 20s! Thursday and Friday highs will only be in the 30s and 40s. With lows in the 20s!! W-I-N-T-E-R IS Baaaaaaaack! ;)

And these temperature are pretty much gonna be the story through this week into the weekend and into the start of next week. That's Indiana for you! 70s one day then 30s and 40s the next.

That's it for now bloggers. Here's a look at your detailed quick cast below. I'll be sure to check back again soon. God Bless!

Quick Cast.....

Tonight we will look for mostly cloudy skies with a slight chance for a few hit and miss scattered showers possible. A few rumbles cannot be ruled out. Rainfall will be light around a tenth inch. Winds between 5 and 10 mph. Expect a low tonight around 54* degrees.

Wednesday we will look for mostly cloudy skies with a few hit and miss scattered showers / thundershowers across the area. Rainfall between a tenth inch and a quarter inch possible. Breezy! Winds between 10 and 20 mph with a few gusts between 25 - 28 mph. Expect our highs to peak into the upper 60s around 67* degrees with a low falling fast into the middle 20s around 25* degrees.


Anonymous said...

Thanks Justin. So hard once we have had warm weather to go back to the colder temps. :-( JLB

JIWB said...

I know JLB... I agree 100%!!

But soon we will all be wishing for this cooler weather come the middle of summer lol :) That's just how it works! ;)


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