Month: January 2016

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Long range outlook for February 2016 – The final month of Meteorological winter 2015-16

/Issued January 31, 2016/ February 2016 temperature anomaly forecast per 00z CFS model.  Source, TropicalTidbits.com Orange, red and pink colors=Above average temperaturesBlue=Below average temperaturesWhite=Near average temperaturesNote:  The upcoming month shouldn’t be a blowtorch like we had in December as will likely be dealing with a few shots of arctic air in Northeast Minnesota and Northwest […]

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January 30, 2016 Weather Report – The streak continues! January 2016 will be the 11th consecutive above average temperature month at Duluth, Minnesota

/Issued 7:20 PM CST, Saturday, January 30, 2016/ There’s still a chance that the storm next week tracks more to the north than what the computer models currently show, chances for that to happen are low but still can’t be ruled out just yet. Tonight’s low temperature forecast.  Source, National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota. Sunday’s […]

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January 29, 2016 Weather Report – Wintry mix ends around Midnight; Mild Saturday ahead with highs up around 40 F

/Issued 8:38 PM CST, Friday, January 29, 2016/ Upper Midwest radar loop ending at 8:15 PM CST this evening.  Source, WSI. Blue=SnowPink=Ice, mixed precipitation Tonight’s storm looks impressive on water vapor satellite imagery (Red L on map)  This system tracks east through Ontario Province during the next 24 hours.  Source, http://weather.cod.edu/forecast/ Winter weather advisory in effect […]

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January 28, 2016 Weather Report – Light snow and a mixture of precipitation on Friday; Mild weekend ahead; Snow event possible next Tue-Wed

/Issued 4:30 PM CST, Thursday, January 28, 2016/ Weather maps for Friday, January 29, 2016.  Source, Weather Prediction Center. Blue=SnowOrange=Icy/mixed precipitation typesGreen=Rain Late afternoon water vapor satellite image.  Source, http://weather.cod.edu/forecast/ A more active weather pattern that’s for sure, but still waiting for that whopper of a storm here in the Northland. Tonight’s low temperature forecast.  Source, […]

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January 26, 2016 Weather Report – Gusty winds, rising temperatures and a burst of snow on the way for Wednesday (Future radar included in this post) Snowfall reports from Monday in this post; Tracking more snow or mixed precip chances late this week; Latest on next week’s storm/lake effect event

/Issued 6:56 PM CST, Tuesday, January 26, 2016/ Future radar for Wednesday per 18z NAM.  Source, http://weather.cod.edu/forecast/ Total snowfall accumulation forecast for Wednesday per 22z RAP model. Updated storm tracks for next Monday-Wednesday, February 1-3, 2016.  GFS model remains the most favorable track for several inches of snow in the Northland. Tonight’s low temperature forecast.  Source, […]

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