Friday, December 6, 2013

Late Night Winter Storm Update

A really quick update to show you what the European forecast agency's computer model is projecting.  Also, after looking at all of the evening computer model data I'm leaving most of my snow forecast alone.  There are a few teaks but they are minor.



Here is a look at snowfall accumulations through 6pm CT Friday from the European computer model.




0z ECMWF - Snow accumulation through 7pm ET Friday.

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0z ECMWF - Snow accumulation through 6pm CT Friday.

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0z ECMWF - Snow accumulation through 6pm CT Friday.

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SNOW FORECAST

Snow accumulation through Friday evening.



ILLINOIS:


  • Marion: 8"-12"

  • Mt. Vernon: 9"-14"


INDIANA:


  • Bloomington: 6"-11"

  • Columbus: 7"-12"

  • Indianapolis: 5"-8"


KENTUCKY:


  • Paducah: 1"-3"


MISSOURI:


  • Cape Girardeau: 5"-9"

  • Farmington: 8"-13"

  • Perryville: 7"-11"

  • Poplar Bluff: 4"-7"

  • St. Louis: 2"-4"


Also don't forget about the ice threat, especially in the Missouri bootheel and western Kentucky.  I have a feeling there will be power outage numbers will be increasing through the overnight hours.  Keep your phones, laptops and tablets charged in case the power does go out.



FREAK-OUT-METER



ILLINOIS:


  • Marion: 7

  • Mt. Vernon: 7


INDIANA:


  • Bloomington: 7

  • Columbus: 7

  • Indianapolis: 6


KENTUCKY:


  • Paducah: 8


MISSOURI:


  • Cape Girardeau: 6

  • Farmington: 7

  • New Madrid: 8

  • Perryville: 7

  • Poplar Bluff: 6

  • St. Louis: 4




1 comments:

John, what do you expect for us Kennett Folk?

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