Familiar Pattern

It appears as though we are going to continue to be stuck in this northwesterly flow. With our jet stream coming from this direction it is going to be quite difficult to register above average temperatures for more than a day or two. In this setup we are visited by a cold front about every third day. This will routinely knock our highs back into the 30s. These fronts originating in western Canada typically don’t have much moisture to work with, making for drier than normal conditions. The best part about this outcome is that there shouldn’t be too many travel headaches around Thanksgiving.

For what it’s worth, I measured 0.75″ of snow outside the WREX studios at 6:30am. The snowball I made this morning has sadly melted away. -ADAM


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This post was written by qni_it on November 24, 2008

3 Comments so far

  1. WI Weather Buff November 25, 2008 2:02 AM

    I dusted about 1.5″ off the dogmobile this morning in Beloit, WI.

  2. tony November 25, 2008 3:57 AM

    Eric, hows it looking for next week as far as a snowstorm here or is that still too far out. Also is there a new extension number to reach the weather center from the main switchboard.

  3. Justin November 25, 2008 3:11 PM

    13 News winter outlook is today!

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