We propose a new meaning: a cry from distressed locals who can't believe what some weather models are suggesting. That'd be S - N - O - W.
Updated Tuesday late afternoon/early evening:
|If you do the math, it appears the NWS calling for perhaps 3-5 inches of snow.|
|KSTP's Dave Dahl forecasts "mainly a cold rain." KSTP has been better than most weather outlets recently.|
At 6:24 p.m. this fine spring Monday evening, here's an excerpt from what the National Weather Service had to say in its forecast discussion:
ANOTHER STORM SYSTEM WILL BRING HEAVY PRECIPITATION ACROSS THE
CENTRAL UNITED STATES FOR THE MIDDLE OF THE WEEK...WITH WIDESPREAD
3 INCH RAINFALL AMOUNTS EXPECTED. IN ADDITION...TEMPERATURES WILL
BE COLD ENOUGH FOR SOME SNOW TO FALL...WITH THE HEAVIEST
ACCUMULATIONS FROM SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA THROUGH NORTHWEST
WISCONSIN. CLOUDY AND COOL WEATHER WILL LAST THROUGH THE END OF
What do you say peeps? Could this really happen???
|The scene on April 30, 1984, Mr. TMF's first spring in Minnesota.|