Some Flurries & Snow Showers

December 10th, 2012 at 11:23 am by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Patches of flurries & light snow continues to pass with more substantial light snow in southeastern Illinois & southwest Illinois, down to Arkansas.  These continue to pass through & are all moving northeastward.  That more substantial area of light snow will likely line up southeast of us.

This afternoon-tonight, remnant trowel or upper disturbance from the northwest (around weakening low of the blizzard) will pivot in, initiating some snow showers.  NAM model is fairly aggressive with widespread light snow painted for a good chunk of the area for later today.  I prefer to stick to “some snow showers” wording with 30% coverage.

Less than 1″ of accumulation will occur in places.

5 Responses to “Some Flurries & Snow Showers”

  1. Josh says:

    Chad, any thoughts on the 18-19 time frame?

  2. Crista says:

    I am suggesting that I purchase the “jinx snowblower” from the person who bought it last year and burn it in effigy and then maybe we can finally get some snow. BTW…the pictures on the lead page are just taunting me. I am seriously considering moving up North!!! (not really…just dreaming…)

  3. Ryan H says:

    Ditto josh. I am also curious about that time frame.

  4. marty says:

    Let ‘er snow !!!!!!

  5. JEM says:

    I have the jinx snowblower. It is a very powerful jinxing machine however!!

    Maybe I can put it on ebay? Of course I will need to buy a new one. Tell you what – I can put a bidding war up with the pro-snow and anti-snow folks taking their best shots. lol!

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