noon view of the developing weather

December 7, 2005 at 5:56 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The way it looks now (noon)
The temps: North winds will continue to bring in sub-freezing temps. Temps will hold steady or slowly fall through the afternoon. Wind chills will remain 5 to 15 through tomorrow morning.

The precip: Currently, we’re receiving a light mix of freezing rain/sleet with some snow mixing in, especially N of I-30. As the cold air continues to deepen, we will see more sleet and snow than freezing rain, and eventually, by early evening, it looks like a changeover to all snow. This transition will happen sooner NW and gradually move SE. The light snow will continue until after midnight, tapering off to flurries by morning rush. Parts of the metroplex may see 1 to 2 inch total snow accumulations.

James Aydelott, meteorologist

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