First Call For Another Spring Snowfall

Good evening, folks. We continue with the Winter Storm Threat, but things are trending away from this meeting the threshold to be upgraded to an Alert. Our storm system is going to bring a swath of snow across the state, but the moisture supply doesn’t look as impressive as before.

Here’s the First Call For Snowfall…

Be sure to read the headlines on the snow map. 🙂  Can things continue to shift around? Sure. But, we are running out of time and the overall trend is pretty hard to ignore. This is why I waited so long to put out a snow forecast… I just didn’t feel comfortable with the setup.

Winter Storm Watches are still out for much of the state, but I expect this to end up being more of a Winter Weather Advisory type system…

This is a quick-hitter, with Saturday’s weather improving from west to east early on. It’s still cold, though, with highs in the upper 30s and low 40s.

Another system moves in late Sunday and Monday with some rain and snow.

The second half of next week looks MUCH milder with temps making a run toward the 70s. I can see the severe storms threat increasing during this time, though.

I will update things on WKYT starting at 11. Make it a good one and take care.


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14 Responses to First Call For Another Spring Snowfall

  1. Terry says:

    Jimbo, If this low tracks any more south than what the current trend is, you are going to simply be dry again☹

    Sorry bud, maybe next season as this doesn’t look good for you unless a snow miracle comes your way….thankfully, you are not missing a Christmas week threat…lol☺

    • BubbaG says:

      I would place bets most of us, save for mountains will be in the low end of the range.

    • Jimbo says:

      I agree, I’ll go ahead and predict right now that I won’t have a Christmas week threat this year either. Another One Bites The Dust………Queen

      • BubbaG says:

        Still wild how the models overall yesterday showed an obvious trend east and then late last night all go west and the next runs go even further east than before. It was like the west shift did not happen. If you look at where they are now, ir was a very consistent trend east. The maps CB posted this morning did not seem to fit the trend, so threw my little mind for a loop. Then of course the models made up and then some heading east. Strange models.

    • Jimbo says:

      Well actually, I could have a Christmas week threat. But a hollow threat is all it will be.

  2. which way is the wind blowing says:

    I guess we learned that if it was possible to snow all year round, the models would be incorrect no matter what month it was.
    April snow drill was a bust.

  3. Stormtracker_WV says:

    I still don’t see how the models could have been this far off–I mean, if they are this inaccurate, what good are they? Might as well stick to “nowcasts” and looking out the window. I am bummed out and disappointed.

  4. Todd says:

    April 6 and people are still wishing for snow WHY?

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