Although we are still a few days out, winter weather is possible Wednesday night into Thursday. A low pressure system rich with moisture will lift out of the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday into Wednesday. The uncertainty lies in what path the storm decides to take. If it goes further east, we will simply get colder temperatures behind the low and maybe a flurry or two. The alternative path takes it closer to Rockford. Generally speaking, the closer the rear of the low comes, the better chance of accumulating snow we will have. Regardless of its proximity, we will be seeing temperatures well below normal for the end of the week.
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This post was written by Aaron Brackett on November 28, 2009