Archive for December, 2009

A Very Merry Christmas!

December 25, 2009 3 Comments
A Very Merry Christmas!

I just want to write a quick post tonight to wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas!! Weather wise it sure was naughty but I hope that gave you more time to spend indoors with your loved ones.  I remember how nice the weather was last year, what a change this year! None the less I hope […]

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More Rain (and wet ickiness)

December 25, 2009 0 Comments
More Rain (and wet ickiness)

A brief update for this Christmas morning. Warm air has moved into the area and changed most of the precipitation over to rain. Rain will continue for most of the day, mixing with a little sleet or snow at times. It is still wet, windy, and icky outside but the worst threat – freezing rain/ice […]

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A Messy and Merry Christmas Eve

December 24, 2009 0 Comments
A Messy and Merry Christmas Eve

It just keeps on coming! Right now looking at the radar there is not one area across the whole state that is dry.  The biggest issue has been what type of precip is falling, if you name it we more than likely are seeing it.  Through midnight we could see up to a half an inch […]

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Ice/Snow, 100 Innovations

December 24, 2009 0 Comments
Ice/Snow, 100 Innovations

First, continuing with the theme of year-end lists, here is an article from Popular Science profiling the top 100 innovations of 2009. It is rather long but does have a lot of cool innovations and inventions, along with great pictures. For the more scientific among you, the top physics breakthroughs of the year. Also, the […]

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Year End Lists

December 23, 2009 1 Comment
Year End Lists

Scroll down for the latest on the Christmas holiday storm. First I would like to share a few year-end lists and articles. This is something we will see a lot of over the next week or so and I hope to provide my top ten weather events of the year in Northcentral Wisconsin next week as well. I am […]

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Complex Storm

December 22, 2009 0 Comments
Complex Storm

Unlike the last storm, which was about as clear cut as it gets for heavy snow…the upcoming holiday system has a lot more to it.  This will likely turn out to be a long storm event with various waves of precipitation.  The obvious big question will be precipitation type.  Cold air will be present top […]

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Copenhagen Derails

December 22, 2009 0 Comments
Copenhagen Derails

First an update on the Christmas storm. Things have not changed much since yesterday except it looks like more of the area will have a slushy mixture of precipitation instead of snow. Around Marathon county and points to the south and east will likely see a couple inches of heavy wet snow mixed with a quarter to […]

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Winter Solstice, Big Storm

December 21, 2009 1 Comment
Winter Solstice, Big Storm

Today is the Winter solstice. It officially occurs at 11:47 a.m. It is when the sun’s rays are shining directly over the Tropic of Capricorn. It is the shortest day of the year in the northern hemisphere. If you glance at the sun (if it comes out today) you will notice it is low in the sky, […]

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A Christmas Storm?????

December 20, 2009 1 Comment
A Christmas Storm?????

Mother nature may make getting to your holidays plans a little more difficult this year.  We have been watching a storm that will move into the Midwest for the end of this week.  Of course it is still days away but one thing we know we will be seeing some snow from Thursday through Saturday.  There is […]

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Snow Storms, Winter Begins Monday!

December 19, 2009 0 Comments
Snow Storms, Winter Begins Monday!

I was watching some of the coverage on the massive storm hitting the Mid-Atlantic states and the Northeast.  It is surely the blizzard so far this year breaking numerous records.  Thousands of people were without power from North Carolina to Washington DC. Numerous flights were cancelled at major airports in New York and DC.  Even […]

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