Wednesday, February 13, 2008

One Year Later...We Remember the Blizzard of 2007































Here are just a few pictures you can look at to reminisce. It will be one of those storms I will tell my grandchildren all about. How does it stack up against Lafayette's other blizzards. I will pull out the big charts for you shortly.


































6 comments:

Ben said...

Great pictures Mike! Now let's bring on the blizzard of '08!

Anonymous said...

That was a GREAT snowstorm. We had lots of fun staying inside for days! Thanks for the reminder.

Christy said...

Hey Mike! Question for you- I'm taking a van load of teenagers to Chicago Friday night to see the Spice Girls, what does my weather look like? Thanks!

Anonymous said...

The photos of the snow are beautiful, however I am ready for photos of green grass and flowers gardens! Its been a long winter!

Anonymous said...

Howdy WLFI weather team! (hi LeeAnn, remember, people from Huntington rock!!) I know it's late, have you seen tonight's 00Z GFS? Takes a 1004 low from ArkLaTex to 984 low north of Cleveland between midnight Sun and midnight Mon. 1.5" liquid equivalent over us between 12Z Sunday and 12Z Monday! Storm track much further west than previous runs, cutoff low is coming out slower and slower with each run. Still too early to nail down how this cutoff will track and phase with northern stream, can't wait to see next GFS and ECMWF. Talk to you later. -Baldwin

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