Southern Storm Is Indeed Making Slight Wobble to the Northwest, But Accumulating Snowfall Will Stay Southeast of Here

January 15th, 2013 at 2:40 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

That southern winter storm is making a slight wobble to the northwest.  It is snowing as a decent rate in southern Illinois with a band of moderate to heavy snow moving into Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

There is a band of snow running along I-70 from east of St. Louis to near Terre Haute, though some of it is likely not reaching the ground.

A few flurries or a few patches of very light snow are possible in the far southeast sliver of the viewing area along & southeast of a line running from Waveland to Thorntown to Kirklin & Windfall.

4 Responses to “Southern Storm Is Indeed Making Slight Wobble to the Northwest, But Accumulating Snowfall Will Stay Southeast of Here”

  1. snowlover says:

    ccome om strom make another northwest jog

  2. mad man from afghanistan says:

    Wow im surprized it missed us, NOT!!!!!!

  3. Jim says:

    Ours is coming.

  4. Jim says:

    NWS. Saying 4 snow events next week. Chad what does your crystal ball say on this?

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