Thursday, November 13th 2008 Weather Outlook

12 11 2008

Thursday’s Weather Outlook; West/Plains System, Northeast/Southeast System

7:30PM

On Tuesday, a system will continue to push through the Southeast nad Northeast, while a system continues to push through the West, and into the Plains. Showers and storm will be possible through the Day across portions of the Northeast and Southeast. some areas may recieve over 0.50 inch of rain. In the West and Plains, a system will be moving through. Showers and a few storm will be possible through the day. Colder temperatures will move in behind this system for the Weekend. Below is my thunderstorm outlook for Thursday.

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November 10-12th 2008 Plains Snow Event Final Totals

12 11 2008

November 10-12th Plains Snow Event Final Totals

6:00PM

A system moved the the area November 10-12th, bringing sleet, snow, and ice accumulations. The highest snow totals occured over Southwestern Nebraska, and Northeast Colorado. Below are the top 5 total for each state affected by the system.

Colorado:                                               South Dakota:

Alvin, CO – 10.2″                                                Menno, SD – 2.0″

Wary, CO – 10.0″                                               Yankton, SD – 1.5″

Holyoke, CO – 9.8″                                          Sioux Falls, SD – 0.9″

Woodrow, CO – 8.2″                                         Vermillion, SD – 0.7″

Yuma, CO – 8.0″                                              Forestburg, SD – 0.1″

Minnesota:                                                Nebraska:

St. Paul, MN – 1.5″                                             Imperial, NE – 9.0″

Jackson, MN – 1.5″                                             Haigler, NE – 9.0″

Red Wing, MN – `.3″                                            Parks, NE – 7.0″

Bruce, MN – 1.3″                                                   Max, NE – 5.0″

Minneapolis, MN – 1.2″                                         Ord, NE – 3.0″

Iowa:

Sioux Center, IA – 2.0″

Rock Valley, IA – 2.0″

Sioux City, IA – 1.0″

Spencer, IA – 1.0″

Sloan, IA – 1.0″