Winds Look A Bit Lighter For Overnight…..Light Freezing Fog & Heavy Frost & Went ColderJanuary 14th, 2013 at 10:22 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
Going to lower the minimum temperature tonight based on current trends. The winds looks a bit lighter & light freezing fog may develop with a heavy frost.
It is already 15.4 as of 10:38 p.m., so feel good lowering overnight low from 13 to 10.
Be aware of patches of black ice on roadways Tuesday morning.
Two winter storms will affect areas south of here through Friday.
The first will bring a swath of snow, sleet & freezing rain from Texas to southern Indiana to Pennsylvania. Snow & sleet are possible in far southern Indiana late Tuesday-Tuesday night with an all-out ice storm in parts of Arkansas, Mississippi & Louisiana.
Thursday-Friday, a storm system coming out of northern Mexico may bring accumulating snowfall from Texas & Louisiana to North Carolina. Some models bring some snow as far south as southern Mississippi & south-central Alabama with 6-10″ in northern Mississippi, Alabama to Tennessee & western North Carolina.
We need to watch & make sure neither of these two systems begin to wobble northward.
Regardless, clipper may bring a few snow showers Thursday & another clipper may bring a few more snow showers Saturday evening-night & Sunday. Monday may have some snow showers from the lake & with a shortwave behind clipper (in a very cold airmass).
It looks like a cold, cold pattern through the end of January with continuation of negative NAO/AO with largely below-normal temperatures for quite a while.