Wednesday Evening Thoughts

Good evening, folks. I wanted to drop by for a quick update on the active weather pattern taking shape for the next week or so. It’s one that kicks off with a stripe of Thursday night snow and ends with a couple of big thunderstorm chances.

The best chance to see a light, wet snowfall is across the northern half of the state Thursday night and early Friday. Here’s a First Call For Snowfall…

That is going to be one super-duper sharp cutoff on the southern edge of the accumulating snow.

The latest models continue the same theme…

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GFS

New GFS

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Whatever falls won’t last very long as milder air pushes in during Friday with a few showers taking over. Milder winds blow this weekend as a big storm cranks in the plains. That could push our wind gusts to 50mph at times. This could bring some showers and strong storms at us later in the day…

That will be followed by another similar looking system rolling in here by the middle or end of next week…

Following that is another cold look for the middle and end of March…

Enjoy your evening and take care.


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4 Responses to Wednesday Evening Thoughts

  1. Virgil E says:

    Really not liking the word cold

  2. Bobt says:

    Can we ever just get average for March anymore. Winters are pretty mild and we somehow hang on to the same mild temps we get in January and February all the way through. I would take normal January and February cold if we could get normal March temps. We have lost our seasons.

  3. BubbaG says:

    North i64 again…. Who’d of thunk it! 😉

  4. Marsha says:

    I cannot wait until this crappy winter is over just please let the rain stop sick of it I don’t know how anyone can say we had any kind of a winter guess they all miss this one

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