Where Will Wet Snow Band Set Up?

December 4th, 2012 at 11:04 am by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Huge, cold upper low in the Gulf of Alaska that has been a big factor in bathing much of the U.S. in warmth will move southeastward & change the pattern by carving a deep trough into the central Plains.

This pattern change will be marked by a storm system here Friday with showers & then showers &/or snow by late weekend-early next week here.

It is unclear where wet snow will set up, but GFS (below) has it just north of here with a change-over to snow before ending.

It is too early to tell exactly, but trend continues to be noted.  We will watch.

 


5 Responses to “Where Will Wet Snow Band Set Up?”

  1. Crista says:

    I WANT SNOW!

  2. Duane C says:

    I’m with you Crista! The “Lafayette Gets No Snow Bubble” will probably shield us from it again…..

  3. Ryan H says:

    Little further east please…..

  4. Teri says:

    Oh no, not snow! Really been dreading this.

  5. marty says:

    SNOW BITES …..like purdue football

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