Saturday, December 6, 2008
Parade Weekend Features Santa, Wind, Cold, & Light Snow
Now I cannot control the weather but I am looking forward to doing something about it today! Head out to the COMMUNITY FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER on 4th Street in downtown Lafayette today where Stephanie Davis, Sue Scott, Niccole Caan, and I will help to distribute Coats for Kids. It takes place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Of course do not forget about the 5K YMCA Jingle Bell Run at 9 a.m. We have parades all over the area with the Monticello parade today between 1 and 2 p.m. The Frankfort Christmas Parade is at 6 p.m. tonight and the Lafayette Christmas Parade in Sunday at 2 p.m. Nature will continue to parade more cold weather along with wind and light snow in the forecast. Although Sunday looks half-way decent with lighter winds and some sunshine! Watch out for next week. We could have a big wintry storm in here by Tuesday and I am still favoring mainly snow. Here are a few maps below to keep you updated on things! Have a great weekend!
My kids and their friends were cooped up in our mini-van before the start of the parade last year when we had downpours of rain. Not this year! It looks much better even if we have to put on a few layers.
Will the storm track stay just to our south and east along the Ohio River? That is the question. Right now the model that hit our first snow really well 4 days before the fact is showing all snow for us and heavy snow at that. We will know more as we get closer of course but at least we are ready now for a big storm later Monday into Tuesday.