Walkin’ in a Winter Wonderland…Again!
Noon Forecast (new!)
Monday: Cloudy, with snow flurries and snow showers. Additional accumulation of up to one inch. Breezy.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and breezy.
Wednesday: Daytime rain that changes to overnight snow. Light accumulation likely.
Thursday: Chance of morning light snow, then becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon. Cold.
Friday – Saturday: Partly to mostly cloudy and cold.
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MM’s Winter Wx Concerns
Confidence is rather high in getting more light snow Wednesday night. Accumulations look to stay on the light side. I wrestled with going with 1-2″, but with a low confidence. Right now, I’d say the chances of a “one inch or less” snow are at about 60%, while the chances for a 1-2″ snow are about 30%. Stay tuned.
On This Day in Wx History
1972 – A single storm unloaded 77.5 inches of snow at Summit, Montana, to establish a state record.
Almanac for Yesterday
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Prepare for major travel impacts Sunday through Monday. Refer to TDOT’s SmartWay map for road info. That info can be found at the link below.