Saturday, December 20th 2008 Weather Outlook

19 12 2008

Saturday’s Weather Outlook; West system, Plains/Great Lakes/Ohio Valley System


On Saturday, a system will enter the Northeast, as a system continues to push through the Plains and into the Ohio valley. Snow will be possible through much of the Northwest, as a new system moves onshore. Accumulations are likely. In the Plains and Great Lakes, a system will be moving through. This system will bring widespread snow to the region, aloong with very strong winds and cold temperatures. Snow accumulations may reach over 6 inches from Minnesota into Michigan. In the Ohio Valley, and Southeast, showers and storms will be possible ahead of the system. Below is the thunderstorm and snowfall outlook for Saturday.



Friday, December 19th 2008 Weather Outlook

19 12 2008

Friday’s Weather Outlook; Northeast/Great Lakes System, West/Plains System


On Friday, a system will continue to move through the Great Lakes and into the Northeast, while a system moves through the West and into the Northern Plains. Snow and ice will be possible on the north side of a system movign through the Ohio Valley, and into the Northeast. Snow accumulations around 12 inches will be possible, along with ice accumulation. Showers and isolated thunderstorms will be possible on the southern side of the storm. In the West and Plains, snow will move through the area, with accumulations likely. Below is the thunderstorm and snowfall outlook for Friday.