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Monthly Archives: January 2008
A very potent winter storm will bring widespread 6″ plus snowfall to the same places that have seen quite a bit of snow the past two winters. The heaviest accumulations from this storm should approach 10″ on an axis from … Continue reading
Thus far, winter has been officially snowless in Bowling Green as only a trace of snow has been measured on a few occasions. What is the historical likelihood of a snowless winter in Bowling Green?
I have no major changes to the long-range forecast since my last post on Friday. After a light rain/snow event Wednesday night into Thursday, an arctic blast will commence late Friday and last through the beginning of the workweek with … Continue reading
Going into the winter I predicted a wet and mild winter due to the developing La Nina in the Pacific. At the halfway point of meteorological winter (Dec-Feb) the prediction is right on track.
My previous post outlined some caveats that represented uncertainty over the pattern evolution over the 2nd half of January. Recent data has diminished the uncertainty which means that a wickedly cold pattern should begin across the northern plains later next … Continue reading
As mentioned in a recent post the see-saw pattern will swing back to cold this weekend. Thursday’s storm will bring more rain and possibly severe weather to the Mid-South and will bring temperatures down to seasonable levels (low 40s/upper 20s). … Continue reading
My wife, who is from northern Indiana where winters are fierce, gets very nervous every winter when the Mid-South has near-record warm weather like today with high temperatures flirting with 70 degrees. She always wonders if these spring-like days are … Continue reading
See-saw pattern for the next two weeks. Winter should return prior to mid-month after a week-long mild-rainy period.