Outlook to Next Sunday

February 2nd, 2013 at 2:52 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Shortwave will bring snow showers & flurries to the viewing area this evening, tonight to Sunday morning with a coating of snow in places.

Another Alberta Clipper will bring snow showers to the viewing area Monday night-Tuesday morning.  A good coating is possible.  Some new data is indicative of an 1″ to as much as 2″, but I need more evidence before I make that a forecast.  Highs will be the 20s & 30s Monday-Thursday.

Some scattered chilly rain showers are possible late Thursday-Friday morning with high near 44 before slowly falling all day Friday (after rising temperatures from 30s to around 40 Thursdsy night).

More widespread rainfall is possible next Saturday evening through Saturday night & into Sunday with warmer highs in the 50s.


5 Responses to “Outlook to Next Sunday”

  1. Jim says:

    Thanks Chad

  2. teresa says:

    thanks chad

  3. Doug in Flora says:

    Very disappointed in this chicken-feed snowfall. Still, my sincerest thanks to Chad, for keeping us abreast of the current situation.

  4. Mary Anne Best says:

    I actually have the ground covered here in Remington now! More snow has fallen overnight and this morning than fell with the clipper. I reported 1.5 inches snow this morning.

    Temp is a cold 13* but wind is minimal.

    MA in REM

  5. Teri says:

    I have running around all morning, the side roads are a bit slick, thank goodness it is not bitter cold! Temp is 28* with about 2 inches of snowfall where I am in Lafayette.

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