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Are these outlooks guaranteed? No way, but it should give you a good hypothesized guess of how the spring and early summer season will pan out. It is possible we could see a few dry periods, but hopefully timely rains will come through this year.
By the way, here in Sioux City we had just enough during the evening hours to stick on the grassy Nike Grey Tracksuit Girls
Our first true severe weather setup Dave Winslow
The winds will be a problem as well with more gusts around 40 miles per hour on Friday and that will make visibilities an issue. We continue to keep a close eye on this storm as it still has a ways to go before all is said and done. In fact, we may see lingering snow showers even into early Saturday. Join meteorologists Dave Winslow and Mike Zwier at 5:30 Friday morning to see what has happened during the night.
little more , or a little less precip than normal, and this is where Siouxland falls for May and the spring/early summer seasonal. If you remember last year, we were wet up through middle June but then a drought began to affect especially Northern Siouxland for an important growing period in the heat of the summer.
surfaces. So that what I mean when I said at the beginning that it could have been a whole lot worse. The weekend improves little. Highs look as though they be near 50 on Saturday and a just a bit warmer on Sunday with a couple chances of showers both Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Despite the weather, I hope you have a great weekend!!
Monthly and seasonal precip outlook Dave Winslow
Ok, so we been getting consistently springy weather for several weeks now. The one thing that has been missing is thunderstorms. For me, this is my true passion and it has been a long time coming. We get our first taste of humidity as a southerly breeze blows in ample moisture out of the Gulf of Mexico. This warm, moist and unstable air will meet a cold front and this front will be the focal point for some severe storms late Thursday. Here the Storm Prediction Center forecast for severe weather Thursday. Slight risk three days out is a heads up for the potential of severe weather with a fairly high confidence in this happening.
It does appear that storms may move nearly parallel to the front and at a slow enough pace that heavy rain could be a possibility. Also, with the amount of instability and some moderate shear (turning of the winds with height), we could get some hail and strong winds from storms that develop. The first severe weather event is always a good way to test our preparedness. Test out your weather radios to make sure everything is working fine so that when some bigger events take place later in the season you are ready to go. This of course is a situation we will continue to monitor and we have forecast Nike Long Sleeve Training Top
It that time of year when the farmers start thinking about what kind of spring and early summer we are going to have. Heck, if you like me and plan on putting in a big garden or hope to keep the grass green, this is an important forecast. The Climate Prediction Center uses sophisticated computer models and other trends to determine their forecast, such as the continuing La Nina in the Pacific Ocean (the cooling of the eastern equatorial waters).
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It was a Nike Tracksuit Tech Fleece gorgeous Thursday if you didn mind a little wind as all of our highs were in the upper 70s to near 80. But that strong southeast wind is bringing moisture back into the air, and now with the approach of a storm system some severe weather has the chance of breaking out. In fact, Holt county in the far western part of the KTIV viewing area was placed under a tornado watch this evening. Thursday will provide better chances for more of us to see strong to severe storms. In fact, the Storm Prediction Center has put Siouxland under a slight risk of severe weather for Thursday with a moderate risk for central and southern Nebraska on down to Kansas.
The snow in these locations will come down heavy at times tonight with more snow in the forecast tomorrow. There will be a sharp decline in the snowfall amounts from west to east with probably between 2 and 4 inches here in Sioux City.
updates and tweaks as the event approaches.
The focal point for these thunderstorms will be a cold front moving in from the west. This front is going to interact with a warmer and more humid airmass to the east of it. So the best chance of strong thunderstorms will be late in the day and into Thursday night. You know we be keeping a close eye on the situation here at KTIV and we keep you updated as the day progresses.
With as much as 8 inches of snow in places like O and Neligh, Nebraska, not everyone missed out on the worst of the storm. But here in Sioux City we have gotten by pretty easy. That not to say we won see a few more snow showers both tonight and even into the day tomorrow. But the system is moving away from us, and once we get rid of this system we warm things up a lot beginning on Sunday. In the meantime, watch for a few more of these snow showers that may try to leave a dusting behind, and the winds, while not as gusty as Friday, will still stay breezy throughout the day on Saturday. I hope you enjoy the warmer conditions to come.
The biggest report I received from a viewer was 6.5" in O NE. White Lake, SD reported 8.5"! For those of you complaining in Sioux City, it could be sooooo much worse. A lot of this snow will disappear tomorrow as temperatures climb into the 50s.
This has been quite the April storm. Half of the Siouxland area has seen heavy rain and storms, while the other half has seen snow! The snow stacked up a little more than expected as temperatures cooled much quicker than our forecast models were guessing. I had a call from a woman who was driving to Pierce County for some weekend camping, and I told her to wait for the snow to taper off this afternoon because there was at least a coating visible from our Sugar Plum Oak Skycam in Norfolk, NE, and isolated spots probably had a few inches nearby. The worst of this storm is heading northward and away from us, and no, Sioux City won see a lot of snow. The airport reported .2" this morning but I only saw a few flakes on the north side. Here a graphic letting you know where travel will be tricky even into this evening courtesy of the Sioux Falls National Weather Service.
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