Snow Just out of Reach

Happy Wednesday to all of my friends out there across WABBLES! I hope everyone is having a great morning and week so far! We will be taking a look at the winter storm currently making its way across the Midwest that is keeping snow just out of reach.

A Look in Indiana Today (Giphy)

Today

Snow lovers across WABBLES are mourning the loss of virtually all chances for significant accumulations with this current winter storm. We have Winter Weather Advisories and Winter Storm Warnings across a good chunk of the country and north of WABBLES. That snow is just out of reach.

NWS Hazards (Pivotal Weather)

For us, unfortunately we can expect some more scattered rain showers that will taper off this afternoon. But, look at all that snow just out of reach.

Model Future Radar Today (Pivotal Weather)

Temps will maintain around the upper 40s to even 50 this morning until the cold front passes this afternoon and temps drop into the mid-30s. If only it was about 20 degrees cooler.

Model Future Temps Today (Pivotal Weather)

Thursday

Thursday could be a saving grace for our snow lovers… kind of. Thursday will feature temps continuing to crash lower into the 30s and hover around freezing. During this time, we will see scattered snow showers/snow squalls throughout the day.

Model Future Radar Thursday (Pivotal Weather)

Temperatures will remain very marginal and close to freezing, so the likelihood of serious travel impacts during these showers is very low. A couple of degrees in either direction could seriously change accumulations and impacts so keep it tuned here.

Model Temps Thursday around Freezing (Pivotal Weather)

Friday & Saturday

Friday and Saturday should remain quiet around the area with the exception of the potential for some snow showers Friday Morning. High pressure will be building allowing for clearing to occur into Saturday along with temps warming into the 50s keeping more snow just out of reach.

WPC Frontal Chart Saturday Morning

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