Tuesday, March 29, 2011

16.7
Number of inches of rain reported at one Seattle rain gauge for the last two weeks...
...HPC predicts another inch or more for today...

TORNADO WATCHES UNTIL 5 AM CDT FOR PARTS OF LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI, AND ALABAMA

Tuesday, 3/29/2011

The Pacific Northwest stays wet as the upper-level “Water Train” continues to provide moisture inland. Predicted warm rain in some areas has Avalanche Watches posted in Washington State. The higher elevations will see more snow.


Very cold Air is dominant East of the Mississippi, bringing frost and freeze warnings this morning, and much-below-normal temps for many areas. A stationary warm front is setting up in the Southeast, which will be the agent for showers and thunderstorms, perhaps severe, today. Freezing rain will slick roadways in the Great Plains, and Red Flag Warnings are still posted in the East. An inch+ of liquid between now and Sunday should drop the fire danger significantly.


Advisor Lear

6 comments:

JULIE said...

Justin says snow? Canadian model? And :-P y

BioPat said...

The forecast continues to change.  I believe the warmer air will prevent any significant accumulation of snow.  However, i do think we will see some of the white stuff falling and even a slight cover of the grassy areas on Friday in the early morning.  Once the sun is up, that change over to all rain will occur quickly.

ravensbbr said...

Snowing at a real good clip here in NE Carroll County! Big ole clumpy snowflakes. Little on the grass and even on the warm truck a little. Radar is still indicating rain overhead, echoes must look the same to the computer?

(and yes, I did say my goodbyes to this message board last week for the season, when it looked like no more powderhounding until November, but... <img></img>)

JULIE said...

what's up with the smiley faces lol

ravensbbr said...

Yeah, my computer doesn't like to display those so much. Watch, this one will work now that I say that... *DONT_KNOW*

ravensbbr said...

figures...