Quick Snow Update

December 2, 2009

Things are still falling in line for us to see some flakes around most of Louisiana. It’s tough to pinpoint where the axis of “heaviest” snow will develop. I still think someone could end up with an inch or two of slush come Saturday morning. It’s just too tough to say where this early. Models are indicating around 1/10 of an inch of liquid precipitation over Alexandria late Friday into Friday night. That would equate to about an inch of snow if it were below freezing and the ground were cold enough to allow this snow to accumulate. Right now I’ll say that snow is likely (about a 60% chance we’ll see it) but accumulations aren’t that likely. That could change with this kind of set up. That being said, lots could change, and there still is the chance that we see nothing but clouds out of this. I’ll update after the morning model runs.



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