Prepare for power outages before the storm beings. With an estimated arrival time of around 9:00 a.m., there is still a little time to prepare. The snow could be a wet, heavy snow and that could lead to power outages across the region. Make sure you have another heat source if your power goes out. Single digit low temps tonight could prove dangerous if you lose your heat.
MM’s Wx Vlog
Thursday: Winter storm warning. Significant snow accumulation likely.
Tonight: Bitter cold. Please be safe with any heat method you use.
Friday: Partly sunny and cold.
Saturday: Partly cloudy and mild.
Sunday: Rain likely.
Monday – Tuesday: Mostly sunny and cold.
MM’s Winter Wx Concerns
Snow Day Forecast
How to Accurately Measure Snow
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On This Day in Wx History
1880 – Seattle, Washington, was in the midst of their worst snowstorm of record. Hundreds of barns were destroyed, and transportation was brought to a standstill, as the storm left the city buried under four feet of snow.
1988 – It was a bad day for chickens. Heavy snow in Arkansas, with totals ranging up to 16 inches at Heber Springs, claimed the lives of 3.5 million chickens, and snow and ice up to three inches thick claimed the lives of another 1.75 million chickens in north central Texas. Up to 18 inches of snow blanketed Oklahoma, with Oklahoma City reporting a record 12 inches of snow in 24 hours.
Almanac for Yesterday
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An adults class will also be offered this month at TCAT to discuss the recent severe weather. That class was scheduled for Jan 4 but it is being rescheduled. Stay tuned for that new date! The class is free but any donation goes toward my monthly class for kids at TCAT.
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