Minor Amount of Snow


The big event is well downstate where an ugly storm system is spreading freezing rain, sleet, and heavy snow across a swath of 10-12 states. This energy is going to bypass us for the most part as we sit on the northern fringe. Some light snow and flurries are quite possible occasionally today. You can see the sparse snow showers I’m talking about that are circled with the red line. They will continue moving east out of Nebraska and Iowa. Snow totals are going to be pretty minor. A few spots along I-88 could measure up to half an inch of snow with Rockford receiving about a dusting and southern Wisconsin staying mostly dry. This nuisance snow should be detected on 13 FutureTrack through midnight, but after that our radar sweeps should be clean. -ADAM

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This post was written by qni_it on January 27, 2009

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