Another uneventful week…

Yea, I refraigned from posting last week due to, like no weather activity at all. Sure stuff was happening, but nothing that would be super exciting.

This week looks similar but Tues Night into Wednesday looks interesting. HUGE system blows up in the Central East(Tenessee, Kentucky). Talking a lot of freezing rain and snow for places that rarely see it. This is where the Trough is sitting and where all the action takes place. The ridge takes it up into the Northeast, and we may get nicked by the edge of it. Not expecting much accumulation, maybe 2 or so inches, unless this thing decides to push a little further West, then we may be talking some decent accumulation.

After that ‘annoyance’ snow, we get more of it Thursday as a clipper-like system attempts to cut down but gets rejected by a High pressure system sitting over South eastern Canada.

Temperatures will remain at or below normal, not negitaves, but still pretty chilly. A slight warm up looks possible this weekend, so it would be a good time to take the outside christmas lights down, which I don’t know about others, but we still need to do!


About gweatherc
Live in Michigan and enjoy observing the weather. Want to pursue it as a career! Currently taking classes at Central Michigan University.

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