A glancing blow, tonite

A series of small storms have been moving up a slow moving cold front that passed through here yesterday, but that front, acting like railroad tracks, is allowing these ripples to move up along it. Well, the latest one, and one of the strongest, is going to get close enough for some tonight, that as temps fall off to and under freezing, light precip will become snow, and for several hours between roughly 8pm and 2am, a few inches may accumulate. Either way, it will be over long before daybreak. Thursday will feature heavy clouds and a cold wind. Friday, a cold front moving in later in the day will cause some snow showers (again a minor accumulation could occur), before flurries end early Saturday. The rest of the weekend looks fair and seasonably cold.


2 Responses to “A glancing blow, tonite”

  1. December 13, 2011 at 11:17 am

    27 degrees this am here on the coast of Maine. Ice is forming slow this year on our lakes, looking like Ice fishing will be later than usual.

    • December 13, 2011 at 10:28 pm

      I keep an eye on you, my friend! Can see it’s a slow start to Winter over there too 🙂 Here as well, 4th warmest November on record! I’ll try to let you know when a “big one” is coming 🙂 So glad you wrote!

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