Alright so the groomer info is up on our website. Here is the exclusive on what a groomer is and how it works!
Here is the actual package that aired last night.
Alight since we are already talking about snow, lets take a look at the next time we may actually see a nice dosing in our area. We saw a fairly quiet pattern this week. No major storms moved through and besides a few degree drop we really didn’t seen a major temperature change. It looks like we are going to start the week with a similar trend but there are some changes that could play out by the end….
What does that mean?
Right now it looks like by early next weekend or the beginning of next week ( not this week!) we could see a few storms roll through the area. This is because our pattern will be come more amplified and allow for stronger disturbances to push through. This could bring accumulating snow to our area and the possibility of the coldest air of the season. The models have been fairly in consistent with the snow chances and timing but the cold is starting to become more noticeable in the runs. We are talking about major cold. Looking at the 850 temps, which tell us the temp just above the surface, models are showing – 24 to – 30. Just to give a reference today we were about -15. In other words we will be watching this cold spell closely to see if it plays out. Meteorologist Kristen Connolly
This post was written by kconnolly on January 8, 2011