Sunday, December 30, 2012

Round 3 on deck and wrap-up of snow depth thus far

Snow Depth as of December 30, 2012 with additional snow expected New Years Eve night. (Reports from viewers)
It is becoming quite clear where the jet stream has set up for the start of winter. People in Southern Illinois and neighboring MO counties along the Mississippi River can barely keep the roads clear while everyone south of the Ohio River is wondering if we'll ever see snow this winter! :)

New Year's Eve night is when we are expecting another (although light) snow event across the same areas where you see higher snow depths above. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY begins Monday at Noon and continues through Tuesday at 6AM for most of Southern Illinois and SEMO. The latest advisory map is below.


Winter Weather Advisory - Paducah/St. Louis National Weather Service
Snow totals are not expected to be significant but with icy snow pack across much of the advisory area, any additional snow/sleet may make for hazardous conditions again for New Year's Eve night and New Year's Day morning. Here are the latest snowfall projections for the advisory area.
 
For the latest driving conditions across any of our four-states, here is a link for road conditions and web cams... click here.

1 comment:

  1. Great blog Jennifer!! May I follow?

    Happy New Year from a fellow Kentucky blogger :)

    ~Keith

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