Rumble of Thunder or Two Possible Tuesday Morning

February 25th, 2013 at 10:05 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Temperatures are generally around 33 area-wide with stiff east wind bleeding in dry air.  Despite precipitation echoes just to our south, do not count on anything until early Tuesday morning, generally 5a onward.  The wedge of dry, chilly air bleeding in will tend to make for virga (precipitation evaporating before it hits the ground) until early morning when low-levels moisten up enough after the virga.

Freezing rain, sleet & perhaps bit of snow will overspread area in the morning.  It will tend to change over to rain after 10 or 11 a.m.

Be aware of minor accumulations of freezing rain, sleet & snow at less than 0.5″ north of I-74 with strong east-northeast winds to 32 mph at times.

Given impressive dynamics & forcing, I would not rule out a rumble of thunder or two in the morning.

After rain, there will be a gradual changeover to snow with periodic snow up to Thursday.  1-3″ looks good for almost everyone with 3-5″ in the far north.

Periodically, strong winds of up to 35 mph will pass during this period.

We need to watch & make sure that heavy snow does not make it in here from Illinois, increasing totals in the area.  We also need to watch to make sure changeover to snow is not sooner.  We are near the edge of where heavier snowfall will occur.  Stay tuned as this system continues to evolve.  Storm track has not changed today, but we will let you know if it does begin to do so & bring more in the way of snowfall to the area.

 

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75 Responses to “Rumble of Thunder or Two Possible Tuesday Morning”

  1. mad man from afghanistan says:

    This aint no mixed bag this is BS,LOL!!!!

  2. Jim says:

    Hey William north of renssletucky it’s slick

  3. Monster says:

    Sure looks like the system is moving more Northwest.

  4. RON says:

    Yes, it is mad man. Temp won’t budge at 33 degrees down here in Crawfordsville. It will go down to 32.5 and tease, then go right back up to 33!

  5. Tyler says:

    Monster, I believe it is moving more NW too.

  6. Mike in Dayton says:

    LOL@madman…I’m right there with ya!

  7. mad man from afghanistan says:

    Places that arent even the snowbelt getting 20 plus inches, wth is that all about, so you spring lovers are laughing it up i know, but ya never know we snowlovers may end up getting the last laugh, SemperFi.

  8. Duane C says:

    I am a snow lover!!! We just aren’t going to get any to speak of this winter. It will soon be 50 60 70 degrees and we will be be talking tornados and tstorms. Maybe next year. Then again that is what we said last year.

  9. Carol says:

    Well, for now anyway, it’s a regular ice storm near Michigantown. Trees coated with ice, pine tree branches sagging under the weight. I know it shouldn’t last long…but this is one area the ice has decided to accumulate.

  10. Mary Anne Best says:

    Trees are whipping around out there but my anemometer is frozen! Now have .17 inch rain.

  11. Cliff says:

    Not fit for Man nor Beast here in the sticks of Rossville!!

  12. Autumn says:

    This is more ice than I’ve seen in some time.. It’s a mess. I imagine the schools are very concerned for now.

  13. Monster says:

    Looks like it’s starting to move east a little

  14. Jim says:

    Chad. What’s the situation ? It looks like just as you called it with rain then snow later. Any updates.

  15. Tyler says:

    Autumn, where are you located? I am not near a window here in West Lafayette, so I am wondering how bad it is outside.

  16. Carol says:

    Winter weather Advisory extended to 1:00 now. I can see why.

  17. shaun from kokomo says:

    Here in young america lots of ice, sleeting with wind. Trees are covered in it. Power keeps going out too. Neone from warren/fountain county? Thats my old home and would like to know how the fams holding up. Autumn I c your from pine village? I went to elementary there….im a stonebraker, probably know the name

  18. charlene says:

    Ice on my tree branches here near Dayton..neighbor had a pretty good size pine tree branch fall. Daughter was suppose to have a doctor appt…I am cancelling that and I have my grand-daughter here too…her mommy was sick so I was taking care of her..so glad that she said she wants to stay another day cause this Nana does not want to go out today ;) ….stooges if this would have been snow it would have been our dream come true…Mr. Winter let us down “again”

  19. Autumn says:

    Shaun. I’m a transplant! I don’t know the name! We’re at Hooker Corner. Are you familiar with that? Our woods butts up to the Hooker Cemetary. :D . It’s an awesome name! The trees are overed in ice but the ground must be warmer.. Our sidewalks are more slushy, wet & Icey. Sort of a combo.. Also it has been very heavy precip in the last 15 minutes so it’s souring it up *i think*. Hard to tell

  20. jackie says:

    Hooker Corner! thats funny!

  21. Cliff says:

    Whats the “cost” to get into the cemetary? ewwwwwwwwwww!! sorry!!

  22. Jim says:

    Charlene this rain will change to snow tonight and tomorrow if this was all snuwvut would be stooge party time.

  23. Jim says:

    Chad are your time frame graphs still on target with transition to snow periods.

  24. shaun from kokomo says:

    Lol I know where your talking…..when I was younger I used to play in that cemetary lol, that was before ipods and such….graduated sixth grade from the big pv cemetary in ’96, makes me feel old!

  25. shaun from kokomo says:

    Lol meant elementary

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