Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Breezy and cooler

Parts of Nebraska had record snow for the month of October with several areas recording there annual average in one month!
Photo of North Platte, Nebraska from AccuWeather

Showers are slowly moving across the region this morning in advance of a cold front. They are light in nature and should taper off by noon. It will turn windy this afternoon behind the cold front with temperatures dropping to -3C tonight. Combine this with Northwest 30-50km/h winds and it will be an early taste of winter. Another frontal system and associated low will affect the region on Thursday with rain and mountain snow showers. A dusting of snow is possible in the Laurentians, Greens and Adirondacks. It will remain very chilly right through Friday. The weekend at this time looks quite pleasant with sunshine returning and much milder temperatures near 10C once again.

No comments: