Round of Light Snow

The calendar says Spring, but Old Man Winter doesn’t want any part of that! Temperatures will be well below average through Wednesday. Highs will only reach the lower 30s today, Monday and Tuesday. With forecast high temperatures hovering near the freezing mark, any precipitation will come in the form of snow.

FutureTrack: Snow Monday Evening

FutureTrack: Snow Monday Evening

An Alberta clipper system will push through the area late Monday and Monday night. This will bring a round of light snow to northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. Rockford has picked up 56.4 inches of snow since November 2013, and it looks like we will add another inch or inch-and-a-half to that total by Monday night.

First Look at FutureTrack:Snow (Saturday Evening Model Run)

First Look at FutureTrack:Snow (Saturday Evening Model Run)

Snow will wind down late Monday night, tapering to a few morning flurries on Tuesday. With sunshine likely by Tuesday afternoon, melting will quickly begin!



Posted under FutureTrack, snow, weather

This post was written by qni_it on March 22, 2014

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