Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Walking in Memphis, Part II


2:30 PM EST 11/29/11 Snow across northern Mississippi and Alabama last night moved into western Tennessee and Kentucky this morning, and is now breaking out along the southern Tri-State area of Illinois, Indiana, and northwestern Kentucky. We last used the headline "Walking in Memphis" after the 1991 song by March Cohn, because on January 28, 2010 the context was a southern winter storm INSIDE the winter season. With several inches of snow on the ground in Memphis earlier today, and schools closed IN NOVEMBER, any walking was probably in bewilderment as to what could be next after this wild year of weather. 

To answer that question more thoroughly, our Winter Stormcast Team has completed a multi-state collaboration. We plan to release the final projections for expected seasonal precipitation amounts of rain, snow and ice in selected locations, as well as periods when we anticipate stormy vs. quiet weather. Check our Winter Stormcast Zone on December 1 for the full report.  

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