knitepoet wrote: »
Waiting on a cold front to come through tonight with severe storms expected.
Have had a few bands of showers rolling through during the day, but UNFORTUNATELY it cleared out this afternoon and got sunny. Just what we DIDN'T need with what's coming in tonight.
Currently saying the worst should be here between midnight tonight and 5AM tomorrow
tennmike wrote: »
That heat up before a cold storm front is bad news. Hot and cold fronts don't play well together. Hope it doesn't turn bad down your way!
FIRST ALERT FOR POSSIBLE STRONG STORMS OVERNIGHT: We are monitoring a tornado watch for portions of Louisiana, Arkansas, and Tennessee, which has been a very rainy and stormy region all week. This axis of stormy weather will finally begin to slide east tonight. We are already seeing some scattered downpours locally, and the chance for a passing shower or rumble of thunder will continue this evening. The main organized line is expected to enter our northwest counties just after midnight. The good news is the line of storms will be in a weakening phase as it impacts our area and the main upper air support lifts north. That said, damaging wind gusts will be possible, and I can't rule out a brief tornado. I'm most concerned about this risk to the far northwest. The line will continue to weaken Sunday morning, with lots of rain for the first part of the day. This system will end up stalling so the clouds will linger into the afternoon and I'm expecting the coverage of rain to ramp up again Sunday night. We should finally catch some decent breaks by Monday afternoon, with highs in the 60s.
Wambli Ska wrote: »
70s all week and sun is out. Grass is JUST starting to green up and I saw some new growth on the bushes...
CHIRO1989 wrote: »
We are up to about a foot of snow, the soothing sounds of snowmobiles carries on the crisp winter air.
Wambli Ska wrote: »
I think I'm going to charge you the $5 fine for no pictures :rotflmao: