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It sad when the best of three days is going to be the day that we saw a low of 14 and a high of 7. But today (Wednesday) was the best day of the Tuesday through Thursday time frame. Tuesday we saw the 5 inches of snow. Now Thursday has the chance of providing us maybe just as much snow with Nike Windrunner Maroon the possibility of a little ice underneath.
But look on the bright side. Parts of Wisconsin could end up seeing close to a foot of snow out of this same system.
It hasn been a pleasant day in much of our area. The snow is going to continue to accumulate during the night tonight before it starts to move out during the morning tomorrow. Tuesday.
It could begin as early as Thursday morning. There will be slight chances at that time of light freezing rain or sleet starting things off. Better chances by far come during the afternoon hours and any sleet or freezing rain would be turning over to snow the later into the day we get. Some of the heaviest accumulation will be taking place from Thursday evening on into Thursday night.
Below is a freeze frame from one of the computer models, showing total precipitation from Sunday afternoon through Tuesday afternoon. One the zoomed in view, you can see most of Siouxland is covered by a dark green, which indicates between a quarter and half an inch of water based precipitation. This takes into account rain and melted snow. To figure out how much actual snow that amounts to we have to do some math. This time of year we generally see about a 10:1 snow to rain ratio, so if we multiply our total precipitation by 10 we get between 2.5 and 5 of snow. That indicates between a half and three quarters of an inch of water. Using the same ratio this equates to 5 7 of snow. The heaviest snow should fall right along the line between the dark and light blue from Southwest to Northeast Iowa. South and east of this line more rain Nike Sweatshirt Black
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Thankfully this airmass will modify somewhat as it dips down to the south, but with a little remaining snow on the ground we will certainly be feeling thewrath of a cold spell.
The latest on our snow by Ron Demers
Tuesday snow event Dave Winslow
I like the looks of this computer model because it does closely match many of our other reliable models. The one are I think that might need to be upped a little bit would be Denison, where I think a couple of inches could fall. The worst of the storm and travel will begin late this evening and last through mid morning tomorrow with near white out conditions in open areas as winds gust up to 40 mph. Make sure to check out the latest forecasts here at KTIV as we fine tune the details.
I sometimes hear, it going to be cold, it might as well snow. We got the cold part with Arctic air pouring into the area, and another snow making system is headed our way. A couple things to consider. Most of our snow storms this year have been clipper types of systems, the Nike Windrunner Jackets
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As Ron said in the previous post, the computer models haven quite honed in every detail regarding snowfall amounts. That hasn changed too much this morning when I have forecasted, so I am taking acautious approach with my snow forecast. First off, regarding the freezing rain and sleet potential. It still doesn look like there will be a ton of this. Southern Iowa will see a significant amount of freezing rain, but it looks like we will be cold enough throughout the atmosphere for mainly snow. However, some of the computer models are showing a tiny window from about 4 6 PM or so when some sleet or freezing rain may fall, especially south of Sioux City. This brings me to another part of the scenario, the timeframe. The wintry precipwill not hitmany areas until late afternoon or during the evening. Afterlooking through our various computer models, I have come up with acautious snow potential forecast.
Already much of central Siouxland is under a Winter Storm Watch for Thursday afternoon. The eastern parts of our viewing area are under a Winter Storm Warning for maybe more in the way of ice accumulation before the snow sets in after that.
Take it easy Tuesday morning as it be easy to forget there a layer of ice underneath the snow that will have accumulated. This wintry weather stays with us with plenty of cold days ahead with a couple more chances of snow as well.
We down about 4 for the season in terms of snow, so you could say we due for a beefier snow event. Our latest of computer models are hinting at the MN/IA border picking up the heaviest of snow as colder air and strong NW winds develop this evening. Here our in house computer model initial guess for snowfall totals before noon Tuesday.
Many of the counties you see highlighted will have the chance of seeing 4 to 7 inches of snow by Friday morning with the lesser 2 to 4 inch amounts in much of Nebraska and South Dakota. However, there still a lot of uncertainty with this storm as models have been differing on the exact placement. So stay tuned to News Channel 4 and we keep you updated on the very latest concerning Thursday weather situation.
Biggest winter storm of the season coming Dave Winslow
We still have to be careful on Tuesday due to the fact that even if the snow isn falling anymore, the winds will be blowing and still cause some drifting snow and maybe even reducing visibilites early in the day. As for the amount of snow, 2 to 5 inches will probably cover a good portion of the Siouxland area including us here in Sioux City. Although as you get closer to Emmetsburg and Estherville, you going to stand a chance of heavier snow on the order of 4 to 8 inches.
We all know how cold it can be this time of year, and we just about due fora blast of Arctic air. I have been tracking this bitterly cold airmass over the last couple of days as it has been moving down through Alaska. Here a snapshot of 8 AM temperatures this morning in Canada and Alaska.
We have seen some snow fall across Siouxland so far this year, but no storm has been strong enough to be catagorized as a storm. Previous snows this season have served as a good brush upfor your shoveling skills, and they likely come in very handy by Tuesday morning.
down from Canada fairly quickly and drop a few inches of snow. This might be one of the bigger ones that hits us Tuesday because it is coming out of the southwest. Here a snapshot of our Futurecast computer model at 9 AM tomorrow.
and less snow will fall. Due to the higher amounts of snow in the blue contours, the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for those areas, including southern parts of Siouxland.
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