North American Snow Cover

North America set a new snow cover record during the fall breaking the previous record set back in 2014: The next few weeks look cold and snowy across a good majority of the eastern US. You’d expect this for January, but we’re likely to tap into another blast of very cold air later this month-perhaps colder than what we’re expecting Sunday and Monday. Time will tell! Here is forecast snowfall through February 1st. Don’t pay attention to amounts–just trends–look at the strip of snow from not one, but two potential snowstorms: The next month and a half shows some beneficial … Continue reading North American Snow Cover

Friday Night Snow Update:

Our anticipated storm system is already developing that narrow band of moisture from Minnesota through Illinois and that trend will continue as it slowly shifts east. Our storm hasn’t shifted much with the latest model runs so our forecast remains the same with a few tweaks to the numbers. Let’s get right to it: REGION WEATHER SNOWFALL FORECAST: Still predicting a non-event for Lake, Porter, and La Porte counties. A few models are hanging on to some snowfall–which could happen–but accumulation isn’t in our forecast. It’ll be a close call. I think Newton and Jasper Counties will see some snow, … Continue reading Friday Night Snow Update:

Thursday Evening Winter Storm Update

STORM SETUP: An area of low pressure will slide southeast through the Midwest and eventually the Ohio Valley bringing a narrow, but intense band of heavy, wet snowfall to portions of the Hoosier state. Some of us will see an impactful snow, while others won’t see a single flake! Here’s the latest: ALL OF THE DETAILS: (you can scroll down to the actual forecast if this isn’t your thing) I’ll start by showing you the overall set up and what the latest computer models are showing, and then we’ll show you our Region Weather forecast. Here’s the latest run of … Continue reading Thursday Evening Winter Storm Update