I hope everyone is done digging out from the last few days worth of snow. Anywhere from 1″ in the south to 15″ in Sheboygan and Ozaukee counties. Last night’s forecast of 1″-3″ was good except for Ozaukee and Northern Milwaukee county. As much as 6″ of snow fell where a persistent lake-enhanced band of snow developed and lasted for much of the overnight hours.
Now, on to the next r0und. We will likely get a little light snow or drizzle late on Wednesday and Wednesday evening, but this should not amount to much of anything. The main show the rest of the week is a stronger low pressure center I mentioned yesterday in the blog. This low will move across the Southern Plains and Ohio Valley on Thursday night and Friday. As I anticipated, with the help of the LRC, the storm looks like it will stay to our south. Almost all the computer models have it staying well south of us. The exception is the Euro, but it is only brushing our southern counties. Take a look:
Here is the NAM:
Here is the GFS:
And finally, the RPM:
The thing to note with all of the models above is a substantial move to the south with the low over the last 24 hours. I feel confident that the low will stay to our south.
Thanks for reading an abbreviated blog. I’ve got to go lead a tour of Cub Scouts around the building.