Monday, December 9, 2013

Snow Update

The overnight forecast is still quite tricky but not as significant as first thought. High resolution model for short-term (hourly) use is showing the scattered snow showers traveling just to our NW while widespread rain showers travel just to our south and east. Current radar trends tend to agree with this. Any precipitation that falls will have a good chance of sticking since temperatures are just below freezing, but luckily we will see little to none falling. The greatest chances are NW portions of the county for light snow flurries and the SE portions of the county for isolated freezing rain showers with both attaining little to no accumulations and minor impacts. The greatest impact should be isolated slick spots on rural and secondary roads in south and eastern portions of the county. Any precipitation will have exited the area by daybreak tomorrow.

The forecast for the remainder of the period remains unchanged with the next forecast coming on Thursday evening.

Forecaster: Austin Boys

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