Saturday, February 23, 2019

Panhandle Hook for SE Minnesota

A panhandle hook will sweep through SE minnesota dropping a giant amount of snow in some spots. Minneapolis won’t completely miss out on this snow but will get a good amount of 5 or 6 inches. It will start saturday around 7pm and end sunday around 8am. The track could change by moving closer to the metro and giving us a little more, but it is unlikely for that to happen. Even though this storm isnt as much snow, southern Minnesota will be in the worst conditions. A blizzard warning has been issued for much of southern Minnesota with white out conditions, driving will not be recommended. So make sure you stay safe, because the start of march is looking to be below 0 at this moment.

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Finnaly a nice stable storm

A big record breaking snowfall is finally here! This storm will bring 8-12 inches for much of Minnesota overnight tonight. This will also break our record for snowiest Febuary ever! Almost every school will be cancelled and make sure you drive safe! So 8”-12” for much of the area and I will have a update soon for the Sunday snowstorm.

Monday, February 11, 2019

Another Round of Big Snow!?

We have another snow storm that will hit tomorrow. I know you guys might be tired of the snow but I want more, I can never get enough. So there is a colorado low that is coming out of the rockies and another low system coming south out of mexico and these two will phase together making it so strong. Then it will pull up tonight bringing us all of our snow overnight. You may be thinking “well every other place says it will be more east than you say” well let me awnser your question on why I think it will be more west. Its all about patterns and knowledge, the past 3 winter storms (tuesday, thursday, sunday 20” in total) every model/meteorologist has pushed the tracks South or East right before the snow starts but then when the storm hits they move it back to the North West, back where they had it 3 days before the storms even started. So based on this pattern we can assume that when this storm starts they will move tracks back over the twin cities when they realize they can’t get anything right. So you can expect the snow to start around 10pm tonight and end around 1pm, with 8”-12” in the end.