Uh oh... now what?
Just reading this for central Wisco... hope you folks are all safe and warm.
Statement as of 8:56 PM CST on February 21, 2013
... Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 6 PM CSTFriday... A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 6 PM CSTFriday. * Timing... a band of moderate snow will affect the area beginningtoward the midnight hour and lasting through 5 am early Friday.The snow may be heavy at times. Light snow will continue throughthe day Friday... tapering off in the late afternoon and evening.* Snow accumulations... 3 to 5 inches by Friday morning... with an additional inch during the day Friday. Storm total snow of 5 to 6 inches by Friday evening. * Winds... east at 10 to 20 mph... with gusts of 25 to 35 mph later tonight into Friday morning. Winds becoming variable 5 to 10 mph Friday afternoon. * Impacts... snow-covered roads... along with reduced visibilities with blowing and drifting snow... will make travel hazardous later tonight into the Friday morning commute. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Winter Weather Advisory for snow and blowing snow means thatperiods of snow will cause snow covered roads and limitedvisibilities due to gusty winds blowing snow around. Use cautionwhen traveling... especially in open areas.
Sadly, it is not spring here in PA either. we had a group run planned for tomorrow morning on the Laurel Highlands trail but I'm not sure its going to happen. Driving there might be treacherous in the morning as we are supposed to get the tailend of the storm that is cutting across the mid-west and it will be mostly ice here.
I hope all of you that are impacted by this storm stay safe and warm as well.
Safe and sound here, with a new dusting of snow. I did some Barkley style snowsnoeing and played "find the trail" since I was the first one to make tracks yesterday afternoon.
Huh, I have a blog?
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