Still Doesn’t Look Like Too Much Snow Here From Big Thursday Storm (But A Lot of Wind)

December 18th, 2012 at 2:19 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Still doesn’t look like much snow for us with this next system.

Still going less than 1″ nearly area-wide from snow showers late Thursday-Thursday night.

1-3″ of lake effect snow is possible Fulton, northern Miami to far northeastern Pulaski counties with perhaps near 1″ in northern Newton, Jasper, eastern Pulaski, far northeast White to Cass & central Miami counties.

This would all be after a squally rain band (with some thunder) passes through Thursday morning to perhaps early afternoon & gusts of 45-50 mph behind the strong cold front (as the low rapidly deepens near Chicago).

3 Responses to “Still Doesn’t Look Like Too Much Snow Here From Big Thursday Storm (But A Lot of Wind)”

  1. Josh says:

    Looks like the 06z FFA model is spitting out more snow for us then the last run but I’m with chad, a inch or less with lots of wind

  2. Josh says:

    I like what I see on the models for after Christmas!

  3. monster says:

    So josh throw me a bone what do the models say?

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