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ONE LESS DAY OF WINTER...

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ONE LESS DAY OF WINTER...

It's a new day, and that means another day of winter is behind us, a good thing the way things have been going the past two weeks. Our latest clipper last night dumped up to 3 more inches of snow, with the heaviest amounts

SW of a line from Waterloo to the Quad Cities and on to Peoria. Pella, Iowa had the most, reporting 4.8 inches of new fluff.

You can see the track the system took as it quickly slid SE out of Montana.

Behind the snow has come a new surge of Arctic air that at midday has temperatures down in the low single digits.

Even worse, wind chills are hovering in the range of 15-20 below zero.

The fresh snow and cold will set the stage for low temperatures tonight to fall into the range of 10-15 below, straight up. Wind chills will be closer to 30 below.


There is a major warming trend in our future, but the warm air advection is likely to bring snow or mixed precipitation to the area next Monday night and Tuesday. Some models are indicating the potential for several inches of wet snow across the NW half of my area. That will be the next item of interest going forward. Roll weather and if possible, please consider a donation to the site, it would be most appreciated. TS

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