Flurries, Some Light Snow, Cold, Then Warm, Then Cold………….Below-Normal Precipitation Overall

November 26th, 2012 at 4:03 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Cold air continues to bleed in on north winds today.  Upper polar jet is bringing clouds today & perhaps a few flurries & areas of light snow, whereas subtropical jet is bringing robust moisture into the Ohio Valley with showers & a severe threat in the Lower Mississippi Valley.  The jets look to merge EAST of here, preventing us from really getting any system rainfall.

As this system pulls eastward, cold air will continue to bleed in tonight with lows in the 20s, highs tomorrow in the 30s, lows tomorrow night 20-22 & high Wendesday around 40.


Polar & subtropical merge to our southeast tonight-tomorrow with up to 4″ of snowfall in Pennsylvania & even up to 1″ in Ohio & Kentucky as the cold air surges southward, despite 50s there today. 

Looks like a sandwich of a pattern now-December 11 with cold wave early this week, substantial warm period by the weekend, then another cold wave with perhaps some snow near December 10.

5 Responses to “Flurries, Some Light Snow, Cold, Then Warm, Then Cold………….Below-Normal Precipitation Overall”

  1. Doug in Flora says:

    Very light snow falling here, for the past hour. :-)

  2. Chuck says:

    0.25 inch of snow on grassy areas and deck. Still snowing at 8:45. 4.5 NE of Frankfort

  3. Doug in Flora says:

    Snow ceased here. All melted; current temp is 34.3 degrees.

  4. Bill in C'ville says:

    Light dusting here, still getting some light snow!

  5. Chris in Tipton says:

    We have what I would call a nice dusting of snow here….not quite a covering…but not shabby for a November snow….roads are just wet here – temp is at 33

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