Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences degree from UW-Madison: 1998. Former broadcast Meteorologist for NewsRadio 1310 WIBA in Madison. NWS Storm Spotter.
By: HaleStorm , 1:44 PM GMT on December 28, 2006
Good Thursday morning!
Today’s forecast grade: B-
NowCast: (Courtesy of the National Weather Service)
A band of snow will drift slowly northward over northcentral and northeast Wisconsin this morning. Between 1 to 2 inches of snow accumulation will be possible north of line from Wausau to Sturgeon Bay...and south of line form Minocqua to Wausaukee. Motorists should drive with caution this morning and allow extra driving distance.
A band of snow will drift slowly northward over east central Wisconsin this morning. Up to an inch of snow accumulation is expected. A little more snow accumulation is anticipated over northern Wisconsin. Motorists should drive with caution this morning and allow extra driving distance.
Look for a broken band of light precipitation to exit northeast Sheboygan County between 745 am and 8 am. Though the precipitation is mainly drizzle and light rain...flurries and even some very light sleet may mix in at times...making Road conditions slippery in spots. Motorists are urged to remain alert to the potential for isolated slippery spots during the early morning commute. The remainder of southeast and south central Wisconsin will see mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the middle 30s through the early morning hours.
Now: At 7am with clouds and scattered thick but lightly scattered snow showers across central and parts of northern Wisconsin and some partial clearing far southwest, temps are in the low to mid- 30s.
Synopsis: This morning's surface map is pretty much a mess. A stationary front over northern Wisconsin is developing the snow showers we're seeing across much of central and parts of northern Wisconsin this morning. However, the big story is a developing low pressure system in the southern Rocky Mountains. This thing's going to rev up and create more havoc for the Denver Airport before eventually winding up here, where rain and some snow can be expected at times this weekend.
Today: Scattered light snow showers, mostly north and central and mostly early in the day. 1" can be expected on grassy areas central with 1-2" possible north. Probably just mostly cloudy south. High of 38 central, mid- 30s north, and lower 40s south. Chance of snow 40% north, 100% central (it's already snowing here).
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, lows near 30.
Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy, mild and a little breezy with light rain showers or drizzle possible. Highs near 40 central, low to mid- 40s south. Chance of rain 40% central, 25% south.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy and breezy with rain developing Saturday night southwest. Highs 40-45. Chance of rain Saturday night 40% south, 20% central.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy and windy with scattered rain showers changing over to light snow late. Highs 36-41. Chance of precip 60%.
New Year's Day: Mostly cloudy, breezy, a little colder, scattered light snow showers possible. Highs 32-37. Chance of snow 50%.
Today in Las Vegas, Nevada: Increasing sunshine; windy, highs mid- 50s.
Wind Advisory in effect until 8 PM PST this evening...
Strong north winds had developed across much of southeast
California early this morning and are expected to spread across
southern Nevada and down the Colorado River this morning.
Northerly winds sustained at 20 to 35 mph with gusts to 50 mph are
expected to persist throughout the day before tapering off later
Today in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina: Sunshine, highs lower 60s.
Today in League City and Pearland, Texas: Sunshine, breezy, highs upper 60s.
Today in Evansville, Indiana: Partly cloudy, warmer, highs mid- 50s.
Vernon, Connecticut Forecast Link:
Yesterday’s Climate Data Links: (Courtesy of the National Weather Service)
Weather in the News:
Storm threatens Colorado with new blizzard
• Storm expected to arrive Thursday
• Storm could bring gusts up to 45 mph, whiteout conditions
• Denver could get 18 inches of snow by Friday
• Denver airport could face delays, cancellations
DENVER, Colorado (AP) -- Still recovering from last week's blizzard, Colorado cities braced Wednesday for another storm that could bring more than a foot of snow and high winds to the state.
Space in the News:
New Telescope Hunts for Earth Sized Planets
The French-led Corot mission has taken off from Kazakhstan on a quest to find planets outside our Solar System.
The space telescope will monitor about 120,000 stars for tiny dips in brightness that result from planets passing across their faces.
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Updated: 4:10 PM CDT on March 23, 2017