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W 123009

By: OrangeRoses, 1:45 PM GMT on December 30, 2009

Tonight will be foggy, temps above freezing.



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122409

By: OrangeRoses, 10:40 PM GMT on December 24, 2009

[ A rare ]

Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 6 am CST Friday.

Temperatures will continue to fall this afternoon as high pressure builds across the region. Areas within the Winter Storm Warning will begin to see snow late this afternoon... continuing through the evening and into the overnight hours. Snow may be moderate to heavy at times... with average accumulations of 3 to 5 inches...


I'm so happy it will snow! Will make a snowgirl and a snow boy maybe if there is enough on the ground later.

Have a Merry Christmas and an even better New Year.

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W 122309

By: OrangeRoses, 12:22 AM GMT on December 24, 2009

The "Isentropic Showers" mentioned in yesterday's scientific discussion(12/22) apparently did not drop any measurable rainfall although I could hear the patter of wind-driven raindrops against my windows half the night!

Flash Flood Watch 3:44 AM CST on December 23, 2009

* From noon CST today through late tonight


* a strong storm system will move into the four state region this
afternoon and tonight. Plenty of Gulf moisture will continue to
move into the region ahead of this system. Showers and
thunderstorms will increase in coverage through the morning to
allow for wet grounds by this afternoon. As the cold front
approaches... strong thunderstorms capable of producing heavy
rain will train over the area this afternoon and evening. A
squall line... also capable of producing heavy rainfall... will
move through the area from late this evening through Thursday
morning. Rainfall amounts for locations along and north of the
Interstate 20 corridor are expected to total around 3 to 4
inches from this morning through Thursday morning.
However... isolated higher amounts up to 6 inches will be
possible... especially if caught under the heavier downpours of
thunderstorms.





12/23/09 Rain Showery Day Wundermap


Storms Wundermap Opens in a new window.


Often the NWS in Shreveport assumes the highway routes are known—most likely to people who are indigenous to this South Central Area: the pickup truck cowboys. The Flash Flood Watch should now make more sense as you clearly see the highways on the Wundermap above.

We now have fresh updates:

Tornado Watch 805 remains in effect until 900 PM CST

The National Weather Service has issued Tornado Watch 806 until 6 am CST Thursday which replaces a portion of Tornado Watch 805.

The Flash Flood Watch has been extended until "late tonight". Today rainfall has been steady with 1 in. | 2.5 cm accumulated as of 6:10 PM CST.



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Updated: 3:00 AM GMT on December 24, 2009

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Tu 121509

By: OrangeRoses, 4:31 PM GMT on December 15, 2009

It has been much the same as it was

As again it will be

Though the course may have changed

It has always reached the sea...


...Next several days — 10 Shopping Days until ChristMass — it will be cold at Night, less cold and overcast combined sometimes with a little warmer when the clouds part in the Day. So not really much of a prediction, just(look to the first line above and read all 5 times until you get the point│· recursion!




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F 120409

By: OrangeRoses, 10:24 PM GMT on December 04, 2009

It should freeze tonight• Well below the freezing point by 15° F or more! The wind chill temperatures stayed below 32° F for 13 hours ( 10PM last night until 11 AM this morning ), with the actual temps remaining in the high 30's• South of here the NWS Declared a Winter Storm Advisory, where it is almost always warmer• It snowed in Houston today!


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