December 1st and 2nd, 2009: Arctic Blast & Snow Update

Temperatures on Wednesday and Thursday will be 30 to 40 degrees cooler than Tuesday, and we'll have some snow to contend with.  The snow will be light and fluffy, so a lot of it will blow off the roads.  However, some slick spots will be possible.  Something to be cautious about, when driving around...  The initial disturbance and associated cold air advection will contribute to the following totals:





The cold air is going to hang around for a while too.  The initial shock to the system will arrive Wednesday, but the core of the coldest air will still be up to the north.  Check it out...

All that white shading is indicative of Arctic Air that will control our weather through Friday.  Looks like maybe a brief break on Saturday, then it sloshes back in here for late weekend and early next week.  Welcome to December...

Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe


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