Saturday, November 22nd 2008 Weather Outlook

21 11 2008

Saturday’s Weather Outlook; Midwest System, Great Lakes Lake Effect Snow


On Saturday, a weak system will diminish as it moves through the Midwest, as some lake effect snow continues in the Great Lakes. Snow will be possible through the day across portions of the mostly portions of Iowa, and surronding areas, as a weakening system moves through. Some accumulation is expected. In the Great Lakes, lake effect snow will continue to diminish, as winds shift. Some accumulation is still possible though. Below is my thunderstorm outlook for Saturday.


November 21-22nd 2008 Plains/Midwest Snow Event

21 11 2008

Friday-Saturday, Plains/Midwest Snow Event


A weak system, along with warm air advection, as warmer air returns to the area, will help an area of precipitation form. This will mainly be a snow event, with accumulations of 1-3 inches in South Dakota North Dakota, and possilbe Western Minnesota. A few spots may see 3-6 inches in south Dakota. This event will continue on Saturday into Iowa, where there will be some accumulation. Below is my snowfall map for this System.