Friday, February 17, 2017

Will Record Warmth Evolve Into Snowy Pattern?

As record or near record warmth pervaded all of the Upper Midwest, winter lovers searched for white at the end of the tunnel. Models suggest snow is a possibility looking way out -- toward the end of next week. Will there finally be something to talk about?

Editor's Note: The Minnesota Forecaster founder is growing tired of some of the Anonymous (and other) comments that amount to whining at best, personal attacks at worst. As loyal followers of the blog know, we value thoughts about the weather and weather patterns. This time around, I'm not going to hesitate to delete comments that don't conform to the civility and respect I expect on this blog. Now leaving the soapbox.

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Snow lovers have become increasingly disenchanted as 2016-17 becomes a winter of discontent. As we enter February, historically the lowest snow-producing winter month, there was at least something to follow for next week.

Monday, January 23, 2017

Some Late January Snow in the Works?

After an unusual and extended January thaw, there were signs that more typical January weather was on the way. Snow appears to be in the offing for Tuesday with slightly more seasonable cold following later in the week.

Saturday, January 14, 2017

The Curious Case of a Martin Luther King Day Winter Event

The forecast for MLK Day seems clear as mud with snow and freezing rain prominent possibilities.