Two Bits of Snow, Warm-Up with Showers……….Then Cold with Accumulating Snowfall Near January 15

January 2nd, 2013 at 5:57 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Two weak clippers will pass.  One Thursday night-part of Friday & another around Sunday.  The first may bring a few flurries/snow showers.  The second may bring a wave of scattered snow showers.

Warmer weather will gradually push in, especially next week.  By Wednesday we may see mid 40s with showers late in the day-Wednesday night, before ending Thursday.  It does not look like a lot of rain, per sey.  Amounts of 0.20-0.40″ look like a good bet.

After this, cold weather will surge back in with some overnights near 11.  Accumulating snow is possible around January 15.

6 Responses to “Two Bits of Snow, Warm-Up with Showers……….Then Cold with Accumulating Snowfall Near January 15”

  1. Ryan H says:

    At least there is a mention of snow……. In two weeks! Ugh.

  2. charlene says:

    Why is it that Lafayette has been missing out on quite a bit of storms lately? Not just snow storms but severe summer and spring weather as well?

  3. Wolfram says:

    charlene, you’re certainly right that it seems like we’ve been missing some of the severe weather. The most obvious one this year being the derrico (dericko?) this spring that started ~50 miles or so to the east of us.

  4. Chelsea says:

    @ Charlene, I’ve asked that question several times and I’ve seen others ask too, but it never gets answered! The only legit reason I’ve heard is that we have an underground river that messes with the weather systems, how true that is, I don’t know.

  5. Jims says:

    Ask Chad he will answer that he probably has a answer.

  6. Jims says:

    Chad is very knowledgeable on the weather subject. Also very accurate.

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