Monday December 24, 2012

Snow Tonight

2:00P.M. Monday December 24, 2012

Accumulating snow:
Probability of accumulating snow, and expected amounts
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
One inch 1 - 2 inches 2 - 3 inches None N/A
100% 60% 60% 0% 30%

The first of three winter storms will begin to impact out area tonight.

1. Tonight
Snow beginning around 10PM, and persisting throughout the night.
Snow tapering off around 7AM Tuesday morning.
Total accumulations of one to two inches.

2. Wednesday-Thursday
Snow beginning late Wednesday afternoon.
Snow persisting through the night, and mixing with sleet after 4AM.
Snow mixing with, then changing to, rain by 9AM.
Rain or snow showers through noon.
Total accumulations of three to six inches possible.

3. Saturday-Sunday
Snow developing Saturday evening,
and persisting through Sunday afternoon.
Significant snow accumulations possible.

Some noteworthy observances:

The last 0.6+ inch snowfall was on February 29, 2012

The last 0.25+ inch December snowfall was on December 27, 2010

The last December two hour delay was on December 14, 2010

The last December cancellation was on December 9, 2009

Since December 27, 2010, only 0.2 inches of snow have fallen in the month of December.

Of the six months from October to March, December has been the least snowy over the past two years

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