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The Weather Pattern Is About To “Give” For The Holidays

Good morning bloggers,

There has been a rather fascinating trend in the models for around 12 hours.  We need to see this trend last a bit longer, but something is happening.  1.4″ of snow fell in Chicago yesterday bringing their total to 2.1″ for the season. The snowflake contest would have ended in Chicago yesterday from a thin band of snow that moved across the third largest city (population) in the United States.  Look at where the snowflake contest would be continuing:

Snow Amouts

As you can see, the snowflake contest would be continuing in Omaha, Des Moines, St. Louis, Wichita, and even Goodland, KS.  Kansas City is not alone in this lack of snow to start the season, but could this be about to change in time for Christmas?  Now, a 12 hour trend is just not long enough to get too excited. Let’s look at the cycling pattern, the latest models, and then we will find out within two weeks if this pattern is about to “give” the weather enthusiasts who love snow a holiday present, or if the grinch is going to swipe it away.

Today’s Video Blog:

December 12, 2017 Thoughts On The Pattern from Weather2020 on Vimeo.

 

Thank you for sharing in this Action Weather Blog experience featuring Weather2020 and the LRC.  We continue to have lively, educational, informative, and weather intensive discussions on the comments over at Weather2020.com. Go over there, click on the blog and join in the conversation.  Have a great Tuesday. Let’s see how the models trend today.

Gary

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