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Monthly Archives: February 2009
A complex two-part storm system will bring snow to the Deep South this weekend. Believe it or not, place like northeastern MS, northern AL, and much of the Carolinas could receive a couple of inches of snow while most of … Continue reading
The long-range pattern looks to be somewhat dull as a mean zonal flow should keep things quiet and right around normal in the Mid-South.
Check out the 18z run of the NAM if you want to see a nice fantasy snowstorm for the Mid-South. This model is showing a 6-10″ snowstorm for parts of western TN, south-central KY, and northern MS. Don’t hold your … Continue reading
The clipper that will move through the Mid-South early this weekend will not be a big snow producer for south-central KY, although taken at face value, some of the model outputs suggest that it could.
Right before noon at Tuesday I was outside and noticed a light snow/graupel mix that came down for about five minutes. At around 3:00 pm, there was an additional brief burst of snow and sleet. While it is not unusual … Continue reading
Anytime you get a stretch of several days in a row of 60+ weather during winter you have to be concerned about severe weather when the cold air returns. For south-central KY, it looks like the worst of the severe … Continue reading
The NWS has announced that they are receiving applications for the 2009 SCEP. Anyone with an interest in working for the NWS after graduation should make sure to complete the application. All materials are due by March 5, 2009. Students … Continue reading
AccuWeather, Inc. in State College, PA is offering a full-time paid summer internship this summer. The deadline is February 6th so apply quickly. The link can be found here. Click “Internship” and “Forecast Intern” to apply.