Monday, February 13, 2012

Surface Analysis- 6:30 AM CST (2/13/12)

Surface Analysis indicates that much of the country is waking up to a cold morning today, with a strong high pressure system letting the cold air flow across the eastern half of country. The cold air has prompted Hard Freeze Warnings to be issued in Florida, among other cold-related weather bulletins.
There is a weather disturbance now ejecting from the CO/NM border. This system will continue to move eastward, eventually producing snow as it moves along. 2-4 inches of snow are possible in states like Missouri and Iowa, with 1-2 inches likely in Illinois and lower Wisconsin.
There are some scattered fronts and troughs across the Eastern Seaboard but nothing too major going on there.

-Andrew

3 comments:

Wally Gullang Huntley, Il said...

Beautiful bright red sunrise this morning here in Huntley but now the cloud's have completely covered what blue sky was left. Just an F.Y.I. Andrew, last night W.G.N. TV Chicago was reporting that there could be a substantial snow Wednesday night into Thursday morning

Vlad said...

Have almost 2.5 inches here in mid-MO and it is still snowing moderately here. Beautiful snow! Had some quarter size flakes earlier. Also got a snow day out of this storm, so I can sit home and enjoy this snow!

Aran said...

I DIDN'T KNOW WHERE TO PUT THIS POST BUT WILL THIS SPRING BE AS ACTIVE AS LAST YEAR IN MY AREA?