Watch for Some Slick Spots Overnight with Light Snow & Flurries EndingNovember 26th, 2012 at 10:31 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
Area of light snow/flurries has actually organized & solidfied this evening with help of some upper forcing over some frontogenesis in the Snow Growth Zone. It is minimal, though, compared to the forcing in much more substantial snow events in winter.
Also, the merger of the polar & subtropical jets with their disturbances is occurring a bit to the west, help to initiate more widespread flake action here.
0.25-0.5″ snow has been reported from Randy & Chuck in Clinton County. Other reports in area vary from just a few flakes to 0.1″. Chris in Tipton reported a good dusting. Here at the station, just barely a dusting on car windshields & tops, otherwise the grass & pavement are damp to wet (not even 0.1″, just a trace).
Flurries & light snow (some of you have gotten a dusting) have melted on roadways, making them wet. With temperatures falling into the 20s tonight, some re-freezing is possible. Overpasses may already be a bit slick, though.