Feb 252014
 
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Thursday will usher in a wetter pattern. With the “polar vortex” moving into the Midwest and Eastern United States, our temperatures are going to stay warm until the weekend. We probably won’t see significant precipitation until Friday night. While the precipitation will continue until Monday, the intensity will drop during the day on Sunday. Since temperatures will be warm, I don’t know how much of the precipitation will fall as snow.

There will be a significant amount of moisture with this system. Here is the 5-day precipitation outlook from the National Weather Service’s Weather Prediction Center. Notice the 2.5 inch peak precipitation amount. This won’t make up our 4 inch precipitation deficit to average since September, but it could nearly cut it in half. On another note, this storm will proceed to the east. It could be come a major spring storm.

5-day precipitation outlook, ending Sunday morning, 3-2-2014. From the National Weather Service's Weather Prediction Center

5-day precipitation outlook, ending Sunday morning, 3-2-2014. From the National Weather Service’s Weather Prediction Center

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