On the morning of the 12th the temperature fell from 74° (23°C) at midnight to 50° at 1am, and was into the mid 20s (-3°C) by the time the sun came up that morning. Winds to 48 mph accompanied the front around 12:30am. When Louisville was in the mid 70s at midnight, Saint Louis, just 200 miles west, was in the upper teens.
Intermittent snow flurries throughout the day. This is the time of year where snow is still charming, so I'm enjoying it now.
first official snow of the winter weather season could come Tuesday, though it won't be much more than a dusting, according to the National Weather Service.
Now, it’s not a law of nature that no two snowflakes could be truly identical. So, on a very technical level, it’s possible for two snowflakes to be identical.
And it’s entirely possible that two snowflakes have been visibly indistinguishable. But probability dictates that this is incredibly unlikely
It's snowing here in the Ohio River Valley.
It's on it's way to Metro Detroit. Supposed to change over from rain to snow after 9 PM. Accumulation of 1-3 inches by 8 AM tomorrow morning.
I'm quite upset over this, but we managed to go this far with no accumlation yet, so I can't complain too much. Also, having lived in West Michigan for almost 10 years of my life, I will NOT be missing the massive lake effect snow storms!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Welcome back to the east side of the state. Since you've been gone a while let me remind you how snowfall projections usually turn out: Divide the small end of the projection with the large end to give you an accurate projection. Therefore you should expect about ⅓" of snow for your morning commute tomorrow.
Depending upon how cold it gets tonight all of this current rain should keep actual accumulation down to a minimum. Here is hoping that it stays above 35 degrees else we will be hitting ice patches instead of driving in a small amount of snow! I have a major presentation to do at 9:30 can't be late!
Btrage, FYI taking snow days on this side of the State is generally frowned upon. The only exceptions are nor-easterners. Then we get Buffalo snow! The folks in Buffalo probably laugh like hell because they get the 1/4 inch and we get the foot plus!