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Monthly Archives: December 2007
Storm on track; top ten wet December?
Everything looks good for this storm from my previous post. As expected, the warm Gulf air mass and the SE ridge successfully advanced the line of scrimmage and pushed the storm track north and west, which will keep south-central KY … Continue reading
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Snowstorm possibilities for the Mid-South
Just a few days after record warmth (75 degrees!!) the models are pointing to a potential weekend snowstorm for the Mid-South this weekend. With the storm over 100 hrs away, there is no point trying to speculate on snow amounts … Continue reading
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SE ridge to keep Mid-South warm through mid-month
Shawn Crowe writes “Medium range models are keeping us above freezing until at least the 17th of the month now. Itâ€™s not looking good for snowfall chances in KY this month, as this zonal pattern seems to be stubborn. What … Continue reading
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