Monday, February 11, 2008

Quick Quarter to Half Inch of Snow Not a Sign of Things to Come

Okay, I will be brutally honest snow fans! It looks like we will be lucky here in Lafayette to get an inch of snow. Yes, the first batch of snow this evening was impressive with a quick coating of snow, but latest radar and model trends have stooped even lower on snow amounts. We had a quick .25" on the southside, but I am wondering if we will add much to it.

Tonight at 6 p.m. My forecast was 1 to 2 inches of snow by morning for Lafayette. I think we will be on the lower end of this forecast with most areas by morning picking up a dusting to an inch at most and we will see little or no additional snow Tuesday.

The air was just too cold and dry, but this weekend could be a much different story. I look forward to seeing you at 11 p.m. Also for those heading to Indianapolis I think once again the Circle City misses out on the big one and the bullseye will likely be south of Interstate 70 or closer to Bloomington and points south. These are the areas that could pick up a healthy 4 to 7 inches.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

when will we get the big snow storm? my kids are waiting for it mike.