Snow Event: December 6, 2013
Day Date Year Closings Amount Road Amount Type Note
Friday December 6 2013 xxx 1.2" 0.50" Sl/Sn Rain change over to sleet/ice pellets@8:15p, snow@~10p, begin to taper@~12a. ~0.2" Sleet/Ice pellets, 1.0" snow.

A LARGE TROUGH STRETCHES FROM THE PACIFIC
NORTHWEST ACROSS THE ROCKIES AND NORTHERN PLAINS…WITH A STRONG
RIDGE STRETCHING FROM THE EASTERN GULF OF MEXICO ACROSS FLORIDA
AND TOWARDS THE WESTERN ATLANTIC. IN BETWEEN THESE TWO
FEATURES…THERE IS A SFC BOUNDARY WITH BROAD SW FLOW ALOFT.


WAVES OF LOW PRESSURE WILL MOVE EASTWARD ALONG A FRONT
STALLED TO OUR SOUTH. RAIN AND SLEET WILL CHANGE TO SNOW THIS
EVENING AND TAPER OFF BY LATE TONIGHT AFTER A LIGHT ACCUMULATION.
HIGH PRESSURE IS EXPECTED TO BUILD IN BETWEEN WAVES FOR
SATURDAY…

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