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The snowcover has a huge impact on temperatures this time of year, and that has been the case for the last several weeks. Sioux City hit 39 Sunday, but it was below freezing in NW Iowa and S. Minnesota. This is an updated snow depth map Nike Men Hoodies
Major Weekend Warming Dave Winslow
Hints of an Arctic Invasion Dave Winslow
But all good things must come to an end and such is the case for these nice temperatures. A cold front moves through tonight keeping temperatures well below average for our Friday along with winds gusting over 30 miles per hour. And this isn just a glancing shot of cold air. We will see temperatures staying below average into the beginning of next week.
Since it is something we don see every day, I thought I would comment on a day that will be cherished by most because of the warmth. It Saturday, the day before the Super Bowl which airs here on New Channel Four on Sunday. This all happens as a warm front pushed through the area today with some light snow and flurries. Our Future Track picks up on a little bit of this light snow, which should be the heaviest this morning (at the most a dusting, no worries!).
Amazingly enough, we not done yet this week. Another clipper type system moves in tomorrow afternoon with more chances of snow with VERY cold air dropping in behind this system keeping our highs in the single digits by Thursday.
You probably heard this wind referred to as a Native American term for snow eating wind. Areas that have little snow on the ground in Southeast South Dakota will probably shoot up into the upper 40s! This amazing warmth will be replaced by still nice temps on Sunday. Colder air pushes in for Monday and Tuesday, but another big old warming trend begins Wednesday.
Up to three inches of ice accumulated on trees and power lines in parts of the south, and up to a foot of snow caused major travel disruptions across the Ohio River Valley. I received word from friends in Columbus, Ohio that my Alma mater, The Ohio State University, closed down on Wednesday. That only happened once while I was an undergrad and grad student there.
Pattern Changing Again Dave Winslow
Thursday brough the warmest day we have seen so far this January with a high of 44. Yes, those are 60s that you see for highs out west in the image below.
We finally getting themajor January thawthat we been promising for the last week. A big ridge of upper level high pressure is the reason for the warmth, but in January in doesn last long.
We are lucky it doesn happen very often, but when it does boy does it create problems. I talking about the whiteout that was occurring for much of the afternoon across Siouxland.
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You can definitely see the trend for more snow events and more significant events in these areas. It as if the storm track has been over the same areas time and time again. These were mainly clippers that produced a few inches here and there, but they really added up. This map is bound to change this week as warm temperatures continue the melting process.
We been enjoying the payoff of a very cold and snowy December with some thawing January conditions. In fact, it been over two weeks since we seen plowable snow in Sioux City. Now to the sobering news major Nike Hoodies Boys Arctic cold front looks to be headed our way next week. Our computer Nike Hoodie Khaki
Winter Storm Hits Misses Siouxland by Mike Zwier
The other thing we be keeping our eye on is the potential of some snow later in the weekend. It could start as early as Saturday evening and the continue into Sunday and Sunday night. At this point, it looking like southern Siouxland is going to get in on the heaviest of snow with a few Nike Jackets Red And Black
Update on Sunday Snow Chance Dave Winslow
The setup was there. We got 1 to 3 inches of snow during the night across most of the region. Then during the afternoon, more snow came in on the backside of the storm system which is where the winds were very gusty. Here some of the peak wind gusts across the region.
For a closer look at the impacts of the winter storm, check out this video from NBC reporter Michelle Franzen.
Each of the last couple of days has brought different feelings on our opportunity for a little Sunday snow event. I am back to feeling rather skeptical that it will amount to much. Why? Our computer models are pushing the developing storm system and snow band south. The first immage belowis a surface plot ofsurface pressure at noon on Sunday. Notice the L for low pressure sitting over the Rockies,that far away. The second image is the estimate of precipitation at noon on Sunday as well. Notice that the bulk of the darker green colors stay in Central Nebraska. Sioux City would be on the edge of the snow band if this computer model is correct.
The bright red and purple colors indicate where the jetstream winds are strongest, and notice how they are pointed from north to south. This is not a good sign, as cold air will literally pour in from Canada. Computer models tend to have a tough time handling the strength of Arcitc airmasses, but check out the surface temperatures as estimated by the GFS model.
Picture taken Monday by April Boogerd VanRys
The snow and wind combined to create zero visibility during a good part of the afternoon. Don let your guard down as visibilites will continue to be an issue during the first part of our Monday night. Also, plenty of drifting has taken place on roadways not to mention that wind chills are down to around 20 making it very dangerous to get stuck outside on a night like this.
Here We Go Again by Ron Demers
With the exception of the cold and some light snow and blowing snow, the past couple days have not been too active here in Siouxland. It is a completely different story for the Southern Plains and Northeast as communities recover from a dose of snow and ice.
Courtesy: National Weather Service
Our computer models are all in agreement with a very cold outlook from Friday and about a week after that. The longer range GFS computer model is showing the potential of another snow making system by the middle to end of next week. This is a snapshotof next Wednesday and the upper level low pushing through the region.
models are coming into line with this idea. As mentioned in Ron post, it has been extremely cold in Alaska and Canada. This reservoir of extreme cold is about to head across the border, probably in the form of a cold front late Monday or early Tuesday. Check out the jetstream pattern for next Monday according to the GFS computer model.
In Kentucky, emergency management is reporting nearly 174 thousand customers were without power yesterday due to ice, and the Kentucky National Guard is helping emergency crews remove trees that are blocking roads.
inches possible. Northern Siouxland could get as little as a trace. We be keeping our eye on this system and keep you updated as the situation becomes clearer.
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