It’s a ways out, but there is a chance for plowable snow next weekend. This is VERY preliminary and will likely change a hundred times yet.
I definitely need to improve a few things about how I record these videos, but here it is.
I am not convinced it will happen so I won’t even provide picture proof. Pray it doesn’t pan out. However, if it’s looking more realistic, I’ll post more on the subject.
Yet another fud for the immediate south-central MN and that isn’t a bad thing. The last estimates are showing about 5 inches of snow, some freezing rain, and some rain. There is still a chance this system could decide to move south dumping more snow on us, but most models aren’t showing this right now.… Continue reading Snow Storm Update
Yeah… it’s not going away. But now the confidence is growing. URGENT – WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN 442 PM CDT Mon Apr 8 2019 …VERY IMPACTFUL WINTER STORM EXPECTED LATER THIS WEEK… .A Winter Storm Watch has been expanded farther to the northeast for Wednesday evening through Friday afternoon. The… Continue reading Possible dangerous snow on its way… ready or not
I don’t joke about the weather, this is nothing to joke about. While the track isn’t set in stone, it’s looking like a significant winter storm coming. Models are showing snow totals upwards of over 20 inches of snow. 20 inches! So you have an idea of we are dealing with. Here is the total… Continue reading I really wish I was joking, snow… lots and lots of snow
… there is snow in the forecast. *ducks and hides* This has been trending south the past couple models so we can hope this doesn’t come true. But other meteorologists are starting to talk about it, so I think there is a chance. Here’s the numbers so far. Both models are showing around 4 inches… Continue reading I don’t want to write this… I’m still praying it isn’t true
Time to pull out those galoshes, a wetter pattern will be starting up again this next week starting on Sunday.
While it’s exciting to talk rain in spring, it will bring a new round of flooding and other problems. Here’s the breakdown. I’m bringing out the QPF (Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts) now. QPF is basically how much precipitation will fall in any form (rain, snow, etc). The current models are showing around a inch and a… Continue reading The next system, expect more rain than snow