Monday, November 16th 2009 Weather Outlook

15 11 2009

Monday’s Weather Outlook; Plains/Mississippi Valley System, Northwest System


On Monday, a system will continue to push through the Plains, while a system continues to affect the Northwest. Showers and storms will be likely in portions of the Plains and Mississippi Valley, associated with a system that will cotninue to slowly push through the Central Plains. On the backside of the system, accumulating snow will be likely across portions of the Central Plains, where up to 9″ may fall. In the Northwest, a systemw ill continue to affect the area with rain, along with accumulating snow in portions of the Cascades. Below are the thunderstorm and snowfall outlooks for Monday.

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November 14-18th 2009, Front Range/Plains “Winter” Storm

15 11 2009

Saturday-Wednesday, Front Range/Plains “Winter” Storm


A developing storm system will slowly push from the Front Range and through the Plains, through the period. Snow will be likely on the backside of the system from Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico, on up into Iowa and Missouri. Accumulations are likely, with up to or over 12″ being likely along the Front Range and in portions of the Rockies. Totals in the Plains will likely range from 1-9″, depending on the location. Due to marginal temperatures, which will be near freezing for the duration of the event, this is expected to be a heavy, wet snow. Below is the snowfall forcast for this system.