Alright bloggers. The final weather data is in and I have made a few adjustments. I am lowering the expected snowfall amounts and I believe I'm the only one doing this right now. I'm expecting our temperature to rise a bit Sunday afternoon to above freezing. To at least 34F degrees! This would mean more mixed precipitation rather then all snow. This would mean lower snowfall totals. Also with the latest models I'm seeing that 540 line drift a bit more north then what they were showing earlier this morning. At least another 60 to 70 miles north! This makes big changes as I said in my post early this morning. Take a look below.
The Bufkit models are also agreeing with my thoughts on this system. They too are now showing less snowfall. between now and 7:am - ish Sunday we will see lighter precipitation and more of it in the form of rain / rain snow mix. It will try to become all snow again Sunday late morning / afternoon hours. The heaviest snowfall is currently looking to be between 10:am and 6:pm Sunday (Give or take).
Here is a look at my snowfall forecast below.
I expect our high tomorrow to peak at 34F degrees briefly! Winds between 15 and 20 mph gusting to 25 mph at times. A low that night around 13F degrees!
We do still have Winter storm warnings in effect for the viewing area until Monday morning. Also Winter weather advisories in effect until Monday morning for the counties south of Tippecanoe.
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