Three snowy winters in a row!

snowfall2Who would’ve thought after a missing out on a record snowfall in the winter of ’07/08 we’d see two more winters with above-average snow? We’re way above the average of 35 inches and with the quick 2 inches of snowfall early Tuesday we’re now up to 50.4 inches for the season.

We may see another inch (or two) in spots overnight tonight before a quieter weather pattern takes shape for the rest of the week. A large area of low pressure will work up the East Coast and stall out which will block anything from working into our neck of the woods. This should allow for some sunny days and warming temperatures. A weak front will move down sometime Sunday but moisture will be very limited. -ES


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This post was written by qni_it on February 23, 2010

5 Comments so far

  1. FSU February 23, 2010 6:15 PM

    We still have March ahead of us, so even though it’s unlikely we’d see another couple of feet, it’s not outside of the realm of possibilities yet… Keep your fingers crossed! I’m still waiting to feel convinced that snowblower purchase before last year was a good idea. Every big storm brings me closer!

  2. WI Weather Buff February 23, 2010 10:46 PM

    I agree FSU. I don’t know how this particular March is shaping up precipitation-wise, but I do know that March can often feature big soggy wet snows, the kind that makes a person really appreciate (or wish for) a snowblower!

  3. Eric Sorensen February 23, 2010 11:02 PM

    How about some 50° weather? 🙂 -ES

  4. tony February 23, 2010 11:15 PM

    And actually monday will mark the start of meteorlogical spring with it being march 1. It felt weird though learning about storm spotting, then leaving and having snow flying.

  5. FSU February 24, 2010 7:44 AM

    50 will be nice Eric, but I’m holding out for 60-70. See what you can do to hold the line within that range through the Spring/Summer this year, will you please? Last year was fine and another just like it would be great! 😉

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