Thursday, March 31, 2011


This is The Toughest Lamb
in My Experience...

Thursday, 3/31/2011 8:00 PM EDT

The “Water Train” from the Pacific Northwest has traveled to The Plains, and will bring precip to the middle of the country. Meanwhile, the PNW will continue with rain, winds, floods, and avalanche warnings.

A Mid-Atlantic Low will deepen this afternoon as it moves to the Northeast, bringing more moisture over the cold air there. This will produce widespread 3 inch+ snowfalls, with 12”+ possible in the mountains.

Unsettled weather will continue in the South, with Tornado Watches and Warnings already posted this morning in Florida.

Red Flag Warnings continue in Colorado, Kansas, and Florida.


Advisor Lear

3 comments:

Andy, Southern York County PA (FORECAST ADVISOR) said...

What an April Fools morning!  Only it's not a joke. 2 fresh inches of snow on the groud and light snow falling at 7:00 am. 

ravensbbr said...

Wife: "Honey, I've got to take care of feeding the baby, can you get up and shovel or snowblow or do something, it's solid white outside"
Me: "Ha-ha. Wow. Really? You think I don't know what day it is? How dumb do you think I...oh, wow..."

(cut to sound of hubby slipping down front porch and then frantically shoveling walkway...)

Forecaster Jason Mitchell said...

I guess this basically made up for the 1 inch I got on Sunday that you guys up north never got. :-P