Up to 0.9″ Snow Lastnight…………..White Christmas ThoughtsDecember 11th, 2012 at 2:24 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
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Up to 0.9″ of snow fell last night in our northeast. Andrew, in promotions here, said his car was covered in snow in southern Cass County. I had just some “dandruff” on the car wind shield here in West Lafayette after flurries all night.
In my winter outlook, I had NO White Christmas this year. We are 3-0 on White Christmas predictions, but we will see how this year unfolds.
There is a system brewing around Christmas Eve. Some models have nice snow event, but looking at the subtropical ridge east & southeast of here, thinking shift to the north is likely with rain here.
We will see…………
With warm-up & California storm moving through central Illinois Saturday, showers are likely here. That system could evolve into a Nor’Easter early next week with snow & wind in the Northeast U.S. Meanwhile, another system will dive into southern California & that may bring us rain before Christmas.