A weak disturbance is moving through Nebraska this morning. Look what developed on the tail end of it. In area of warmer air aloft, some showers blossomed on :ESP Live. This is what the radar looked like at 6AM.
Most if not all the snow flurries are bumping into very dry air (Dew Point 12°) and evaporating as they fall to the surface. Because of this, I DO NOT anticipate any travel issues this morning.
A stronger, but still weak, disturbance will pass through the region overnight tonight. It could spark a few snow showers or even some very light freezing drizzle after midnight. It looks like the best chance will be over far northern Missouri into southern Iowa.
At this point it looks like we will end the year dry and start 2013 with one chance for some rain or snow between January 4th & January 6th. I used the LRC to put together a very extended outlook for the first two weeks of 2013. I posted it below with daytime highs for every day between January 1st & January 12th. I included the clouds and wintry mix around the 5th, otherwise I think the rest of the first two weeks are dry.
Gary is off for the rest of the year. I will do the blog tomorrow. I am going to look at how my Acorn theory is shaping up so far this year. That should be interesting.
Have a great day, let me know if you see any snow flurries today or tonight. We would love to share any pictures, just send them to firstname.lastname@example.org