Meteor Shower………..Update to ForecastJanuary 2nd, 2013 at 10:20 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
Meteor shower (Quadrantids) is tonight. It peaks 3 a.m.-dawn, but some can be seen 12 a.m.-3 a.m. Face north & northeast to east to viewing the “shooting stars”.
Only change to the forecast is that I will put few flurries in the forecast for tomorrow & tomorrow night (perhaps early Friday morning), rather than just Thursday night-early half of Friday. Thinking temperatures will level off tonight at 6-14 & then they may even rise a bit as clouds move in with a southwest breeze. There are also a few flurries & light snow showers, that are rapidly accelerating east & southeastward towards our area.
These, associated with weak Alberta Clipper, will pass, but most of the dry, powdery, accumulating snow staying to our northeast.
Otherwise, Thursday looks mostly cloudy & breezy with highs near 26, 14 tomorrow night & 26 Friday with skies becoming mostly sunny.
The rest of the on-going forecast looks good.