Outlook to December 10

November 24th, 2012 at 10:59 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Winds have gone to the south & mid-level cloud deck is overspreading area, so I am doubtful we will get any colder than the current temperature of 24 degrees (after a high today of only 31!).  I still feel good about 45-50 tomorrow, given the strength of the warm air push into the area.

Data is very consistent preventing any merger of northern (polar) jet disturbance & southern (subtropical jet) disturbance & deep Pacific moisture.  This said, I am close to removing any mention of precip for Monday evening-Tuesday.

A nice chunk of cold air will rush in & bring a few days of highs in the 30s after this, though.

There is still a nice & increasingly widespread & consistent signal of this push of 50s after this cold wave next week.  However, down the road, it sure looks like another cold wave with the first accumulating snow near December 10.

7 Responses to “Outlook to December 10”

  1. Josh says:

    Looking forward to that first accumulating snow!

  2. ~Sher~ says:

    Deff NOT looking forward to the “first” or “any other” accumulation of that “white stuff” ;)

  3. Carol says:

    Me too, Josh! :)

  4. josh says:

    are we looking like 2-4 for the 10th of dec?

  5. ch n ffort says:

    Or maybe 10???? LOL

  6. Doug in Flora says:

    I’ll settle for 17 inches…I feel deprived… ;-)

  7. Hound says:

    Calm down. It’s a prediction like years past look for a flurry or 2

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