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Rain, Arctic Cold….Snow?

Good Saturday,

The weather pattern is getting active as we are tracking 2-3 storm systems and an Arctic blast.  The first system is for tonight as it will bring a good chance of rain with temperatures around 40°.  A widespread .25″ to .40″ is likely which is good news as we need the rain.  The rain ends . . . → Read More: Rain, Arctic Cold….Snow?

Two Storm Systems! Any Snow?

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Good Friday Night In The Big Town Bloggers,

There are two storm systems that will impact our area in the next five days.  And, then an Arctic front will move through with much colder air arriving. There are many of you out there wondering if we will see our first snowflakes, and I think we will on . . . → Read More: Two Storm Systems! Any Snow?

Maybe A Storm In One Week

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Good Wednesday evening/Thursday morning bloggers,

Winter is still three weeks away and it is finally turning a bit colder.  The next week has some big changes showing up.  We have a great discussion going on over on my Weather2020.com site where we discuss this breakthrough technology.  I want to add in my thoughts on our Action Weather . . . → Read More: Maybe A Storm In One Week

Quiet This Week, Changes Next Week?

Good Tuesday,

Today will be mostly sunny with highs in the 50s.  Then, Thursday-Saturday will be dry with highs in the 40s as seasonable cold air moves in.  So, this week is pretty quiet in the weather department.  Next week is looking like a different story as we monitor three players.

1. A small rain system in Texas.

2. . . . → Read More: Quiet This Week, Changes Next Week?

Seasonable Cold

Good Monday,

A cold front is moving through now and a second one will move through Tuesday.  This front will bring a seasonably cold air mass to our region by Wednesday with no precipitation.  Highs today will be around 60, Tuesday drops to the 50s and Wednesday cools to the 40s.  We are going in to a . . . → Read More: Seasonable Cold

The Week After Thanksgiving

Good  Sunday,

We are tracking a storm system that is evolving today.  It will bring wind and some rain, but it is not a major storm.  There is hardly any winter precipitation with this storm.  In our area we will see wind gusts increasing to 40-45 mph this afternoon and evening.  There will be rain showers this . . . → Read More: The Week After Thanksgiving

Weathering Winter

Good Saturday,

I hope you are having a good Thanksgiving.  The weather today looks very nice with highs in the 50s.  Tomorrow will be different with clouds, wind and showers as a storm system moves quickly by.  The wind will be gusting from the south at 30-40 mph, so if you are driving east-west your car, high . . . → Read More: Weathering Winter

Winter Weather Forecast

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Happy Thanksgiving,

We have issued our winter forecast with an in-depth explanation below. You can go to Weather2020.com, join the weather blog, and participate in the LRC Forecast experience if you want. Or you can email me at gary.lezak@kshb.com and I can answer any questions you have. This is a rather fascinating weather pattern unfolding before our . . . → Read More: Winter Weather Forecast

Tracking A Storm System for the Busiest Travel Day

Good Tuesday,

The storm system affecting our area today will move east and affect Chicago, Milwaukee, Detroit, Cleveland and Indianapolis with rain showers.  So, this is not a big storm, but there could be a few delays.  The weather here through the holiday weekend is looking pretty nice.  The weather for the Plaza Lighting will be dry . . . → Read More: Tracking A Storm System for the Busiest Travel Day

Thanksgiving Week Travel Update

Good Monday,

Thanksgiving week is here and some years we can have big storm systems that greatly impact travel.  That is not the case this year.  There is a weak to moderate system to track this week, but its impacts will be low.  On Wednesday it will be tracking through the Midwest, possibly bringing a few delays . . . → Read More: Thanksgiving Week Travel Update