Old Hat For Us

There is no need to turn on the red light for driving conditions today. After receiving just over a tenth of an inch of rain overnight the roadways are currently wet, but not too slick as temperatures are sitting above the freezing mark. You may run into some slushy spots occasionally, but it won’t be anything we haven’t already experienced this winter. The heaviest precipitation (some rain, mostly snow) will be falling during the late morning hours. A few showers will linger into the afternoon, but it should be rather light in nature. The skies should be dry for the most part by dinnertime tonight.

With temperatures above the freezing mark the majority of the day and a relatively warm soil (highs in the 50s the past two days), I do not expect much in the way of snow to accumulate. Some spots may encounter a slushy inch, but it won’t be sticking around on the ground for long. -ADAM

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This post was written by qni_it on March 27, 2008

4 Comments so far

  1. Wasabi Dog March 27, 2008 4:57 PM

    Snow in DeKalb, sticking to the grass. Viva spring!

  2. tony March 27, 2008 8:24 PM

    Yep same here in loves park. Snowing very hard , big flakes. Lets break the record.

  3. Candice H March 27, 2008 10:47 PM

    Any idea when the snow might end in DeKalb?

  4. Jim March 28, 2008 2:37 AM

    although the snow is falling pretty lightly now, the bridges are currently pretty slippery.
    I went over the bridge on Alpine at bypass 20 and could feel my car slide, as it was completely covered with ice (you could see it on the pavement), whereas the roads were just wet.
    So be careful tonight! 🙂

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