Friday February 4th, 2011

Greetings and welcome!

The radar says that it is snowing here, but if it is, it isn’t reaching the ground yet.

It is not much of a line of snow. The radar shows it just getting here and the back edge a little west of Rhinelander. Maybe more will redevelop later, but right now it doesn’t look like a lot of snow.

The NWS is putting out a hazardous weather outlook in case some of it turns to freezing drizzle. At the moment we are ok on that. It will be close though.

We have a variety of ideas being presented on how warm that it will get tomorrow. The NWS says 31-35, the TV says a high of 31 in Green Bay. Either way it will be warm. Sunday looks like upper 20s or 30, and Friday & Saturday night should bottom out as a comfortable +20.

There is a chance of snow Saturday night into Sunday and beyond. Again we have a variety of ideas offered on how it will go. The GFS is pushing it south similar to the path of the last storm. The NAM is bringing it right over us, and showing a shot at 2-4 or 3-6. If the GFS is right we might catch a few flurries Saturday night & Sunday, if the NAM is right it will snow Saturday night into Monday morning. The NWS sees the NAM as overdone, and they are going with light snow.

While the 30s over the weekend sound nice and comfortable brodering on too warm, don’t get used to it. There is a cold blast coming for next week. Tuesday we will be lucky to hit a high of 15.

Our friends south of the border have probably heard enough about snow in Chicago. Here are a couple of links Link Link that may be of interest anyway.

That is news from this end. Have a good weekend and thank you for visiting!