Good Wednesday evening, everyone. For many of you, it was nice to see rain FINALLY work back in here after what’s been a pretty quiet and dry month. Amounts did vary depending on where you live, but some spots along and south of I-44 had isolated amounts up to about 3/4 of an inch. If you didn’t see any of this morning’s rain or wanted more, we’ll have more rain chances down the road. For the time being, we’re looking pretty quiet on the radar below to start the evening out…
For the rest of the week and going into next week, we have that covered for you on the blog from earlier this evening and with the 7-day forecast at the end of the blog. For this posting, we’re focusing on the upcoming winter season. You’ve probably heard from me and Doug plenty of times that in terms of snowfall, we were pretty much goose-egged the past 2 winters. This upcoming winter is certainly looking more interesting. How will winter unfold this time around? We laid out our thoughts for the coming season right below…
As always, Doug will continue to have the long-range forecast and his latest thoughts on the pattern updated as we go through the upcoming winter months. He’ll have you covered over on headypattern.com
Have a good night and a great Thursday!
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