Category Archives: Weather Blog

Second Call: Saturday, December 17th Impact and Synopsis

Low pressure will begin to move into the Great Lakes tomorrow into Saturday. An associated  warm front will then push south to north overnight Friday into Saturday morning. Initially all counties within our coverage area will be cold enough for snow, at times snow will be heavy. As the warm front moves north and warm air…
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Synopsis and First Call for Saturday December 17

Early Saturday morning a low pressure system will enter our region from the west.  As you know Thursday and Friday are going to be cold. Very cold due to a piece of the polar vortex breaking off and sinking in the United States. Antecedent cold air will remain in place with surface temperatures in the…
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New Facebook Profile Picture Images and Meanings:

We are pleased to announce our release of new Facebook page profile images along with the Watch/Warning/Advisory they are tied to. Special thank you to one of our great fans Jeannine for all she has done with these! Explanation: If you see this as our profile picture, you can expect: GREEN: No active alerts. Spring/Summer. YELLOW: Fire…
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Final Call Adjustment: December 11th-12th

Due to incoming data and the shortwave coming is slower then previously modeled an adjustment is needed to our final call map. Click on the area on the map below to see a description. 10 December 2016 2303hr Mauger
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