Patchy freezing drizzle tonight with lingering snow showers up north. Powerful storm to bring high winds and heavy snow to southern South Dakota, Nebraska, parts of Iowa and southern Minnesota this weekend with severe weather and tornadoes for portions of the southern U.S. and Ohio Valley

/Issued 5:36 PM CST, Thursday, November 29, 2018/

The Northland will be on the northern edge of a strong winter storm this weekend.  The track per model guidance keeps the greatest impacts in terms of snowfall south of our area, but a NE wind coming off Lake Superior could lead to areas of freezing drizzle in parts of our area Saturday and Sunday, along with some lake effect snow showers by Sunday once enough cold air moves in.  Note:  The track of this storm could shift a bit north or south during the next 24-36 hours.  Stay tuned.

Source:  http://www.pivotalweather.com/

Winter storm warning in pink
Winter storm watch in blue

These winter weather headlines are in effect from Friday evening through Sunday.

Source:  https://weather.cod.edu

18z GEFS model 11-29-2018

Snowfall forecast from Saturday morning thru Monday morning.

20 GEFS model members shown in the image below, they all keep the heaviest swath of snow out of the Northland this weekend.

Source:  https://weather.cod.edu

Goes-16 visible satellite loop from Thursday, November 29, 2018.

This weekend’s storm that will impact the upper Midwest has finally made it ashore as it moves thru California today with heavy rain (flash flooding and mudslides)

Source:  https://weather.cod.edu

Goes-16 lower level water vapor satellite loop from Thursday, November 29, 2018.

Just another satellite view of the strong storm moving into the western U.S. today.  Impressive!

Source:  http://www.pivotalweather.com

18z NAM model 11-29-2018

200mb Forecast valid from 6 AM Friday to 6 AM Sunday.

This will be a powerful storm this weekend across the Plains with the upper level trough taking on a negative tilt on Saturday.  An impressive storm signature!

Source:  https://weathermodels.com

12z Euro Ensemble model (EPS) 11-29-2018

Source:  https://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Still some spread in the computer models with where the surface low will be come Saturday night-Sunday morning.  Models place the low as far NW as southeast South Dakota, a few have it in far southern Minnesota, others in northern Illinois, but the consensus seems to be that the surface low will move into southern Iowa by Saturday night which is just too far south to give the Northland much snow.

Source:  https://kamala.cod.edu/SPC/

Severe thunderstorms with a risk of large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes on Friday across the ArkLaTex.  The risk for some severe weather shifts farther east/northeast for Saturday.

Note:  It’s been a cold November across the Northland — Here’s where November 2018 ranks thru the 28th.

Hibbing, Minnesota

4th coldest November on record dating back to 1938.

Ashland, Wisconsin

Tied for 4th coldest November on record dating back to 1905.

Duluth, Minnesota

Tied for 13th coldest November on record dating back to 1874

Brainerd, Minnesota

14th coldest November on record dating back to 1899.

International Falls, Minnesota

15th coldest November on record dating back to 1897.

Snowfall Reports for November 29, 2018
Source:  https://www.weather.gov/dlh/

2 NNE Bigfork, MN:  4.0 inch
International Falls, MN:  3.3 inch
Ely, MN:  2.8 inch
6 E Island Lake, MN:  2.2 inch
1 N Federal Dam, MN:  2.0 inch
3 W Wrenshall, MN:  1.8 inch
2 SW Two Harbors, MN:  1.5 inch
1 NNE Cloquet, MN:  1.3 inch
Duluth Airport:  1.3 inch
1 W Solon Springs, WI:  1.2 inch
5 SSE South Range, WI:  1.0 inch

Note:  International Falls, Minnesota had their 2nd snowiest November 29 on record today with 3.3 inches of snow thru 4 PM.  The record snowfall for November 29 occurred in 2010 with 3.7 inches of snow.

Weather Synopsis for Northeast Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin

Snow along with areas of freezing drizzle and patchy fog were common across most of the area today with most of the snow confined to northern Minnesota this afternoon.  Snowfall amounts have been in the 1 to 4 inch range since early this morning, pretty much what was forecast with the highest totals in northern Minnesota.  Haven’t seen any snowfall reports yet out of Cook County where some lake enhanced snow has probably occurred at times today with the southerly flow coming off Lake Superior.  High temps today were mainly in the mid to upper 20s, close to average for late November.

Surface map early this Thursday evening had an area of low pressure over southeast Manitoba province.  A milder airmass covered the upper Midwest with 5 PM 850mb temperatures of +2C in southern Minnesota to -6C in northern Minnesota.

Will probably get some breaks to develop in the clouds at times through Friday, but overall expecting mostly cloudy skies to continue.  Areas of freezing drizzle and patchy fog for tonight with snow showers continuing in northern Minnesota through the evening.  Lows tonight mainly in the 20s.

High temperatures on Friday will range from the upper 20s to middle 30s, a few locations possibly climbing into the upper 30s.

Storm for this weekend looks like it will stay south of the Northland per trends in model guidance, but we will feel some impacts from this storm in terms of gusty NE winds near Lake Superior and possibly some patchy freezing drizzle and snow showers this weekend.

…Looking Ahead…  No major snow events are expected in northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin thru next week the way it looks now, but a weak system (clipper origin) could bring a light dusting of snow to the area sometime around the middle of next week.  Near to below average temps expected next week with a period of arctic air possible toward the end of next week.

Duluth, Minnesota Climate Normals for November 30

High:  28
Low:   14

Sunrise Friday:  7:32 AM CST
Sunset Friday:   4:23 PM CST

Tim

Snow gradually develops tonight with a few inches of accumulation likely by Thursday afternoon (Patchy freezing drizzle also possible) Update on the potential storm for this weekend

/Issued 5:21 PM CST, Wednesday, November 28, 2018/

…Here’s my updated snowfall forecast for tonight through Thursday…

•2 to 3 inches of snow for Duluth and Superior with the snow beginning later this evening or overnight.  Snow continues Thursday morning, then tapers off to snow showers during the afternoon. 

•3 to 4 inches of snow for northern Minnesota.

•Lake enhanced snow could boost totals into the 4 to 6 inch range in the tip of the Minnesota Arrowhead.

•Lesser amounts of snow farther south, including for east-central Minnesota and southern areas in northwest Wisconsin.

•Patchy freezing drizzle is possible throughout the Northland on Thursday.

•Thursday morning commute could be impacted by the snow with slippery road conditions possible in parts of northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin.

Source:  https://www.spc.noaa.gov

Source:  https://weather.cod.edu

Goes-16 upper level water vapor satellite loop from Wednesday, November 28, 2018.

Our snow event for later tonight has two parts to it — One piece of energy plowing east through Iowa, the other part covers the northern Plains and is eastbound.

Source:  http://www.pivotalweather.com

18z NAM model 11-28-2018

500mb Forecast valid for Thursday afternoon

Personally I don’t think we’re going to see much of a shift in the storm track.  Computer models have been locked in over the last few runs on this system staying too far south of the Northland to give us much snow, and with the Euro Ensemble or EPS model also trending south, I have a hard time believing will see a big northward jump in the storm track over the next 1 to 2 days, however, I’ve seen it before with these types of storms where the computer models all of a sudden make drastic changes in the storm track once the energy moves onshore, so will just have to give it another 24-36 hours or so to see what the computer models do.  Stay tuned.

Source:  https://www.weather.gov

As I alluded to above, as the energy moves onto the U.S. west coast on Thursday, it will be better sampled by the various upper air networks across the western U.S. and this could lead to some storm track changes in the computer models for this weekend’s storm.
















Latest on the weekend storm potential

1:  Computer models haven’t changed too much with the forecast track of the surface low.  Basically seeing two camps in regards to the storm track (White line and black line on map)

2:  The farthest south track (White line) would bring little to no snow to northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin this weekend.

3:  The farthest north track (Black line) would lead to a better chance for accumulating snow in parts of east-central Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin.

4:  Main impacts from snow or mixed precipitation would be from Saturday afternoon through Sunday if the system comes far enough north.

5:  Regardless of the storm track, it does look windy this weekend near Lake Superior as NE winds increase and become gusty Saturday into at least Sunday morning with winds of 15 to 25 mph, gusts to around 40 mph possible.

Source:  https://weather.cod.edu

18z GEFS model 11-28-2018

Snowfall accumulation from Saturday morning thru Monday morning, December 1-3, 2018 per 20 ensemble GEFS members.

As you can see 19/20 GEFS ensemble members has this weekend’s storm (snow shield) staying south of the Northland.  The one that brings it into our area is Ensemble Member 16.

By the way the darker blue and purple colors on the map indicate the potential for 6 inches or more of snow using a 10:1 ratio.

Source:  https://weathermodels.com

12z European Computer Model (ECMWF) 11-28-2018

Wind gust forecast for Saturday afternoon/evening, December 1, 2018.

Weather Synopsis for Northeast Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin

Partly to mostly cloudy skies today with highs mainly in the 20s, still running below average for late November, although it was slightly warmer today compared to the last few days.

An area of low pressure will move east-northeast out of the northern Plains through Friday.  Main impacts for our area will occur later tonight into Thursday as snow gradually becomes more widespread across the Northland.  Snow will linger longest across northern Minnesota while it tapers off sooner farther south.

There is also a risk for some patchy freezing drizzle especially on Thursday.

This system has a pretty nice temperature gradient with 850mb temperatures of +6C at Rapid City, South Dakota to around -8C at International Falls, Minnesota per 23z RAP model analysis — This in combination with some warm air advection will be the main driving force behind our snow later tonight.

Lows tonight will be in the teens and 20s with highs Thursday in the mid 20s to lower 30s.

Friday looks mainly dry with highs in the mid 20s to around 30 degrees.

Duluth, Minnesota Climate Normals for November 29

High:  28
Low:   15

Sunrise Thursday:  7:31 AM CST
Sunset Thursday:   4:23 PM CST

Tim

Snow on the way! Few inches of snow possible Wed evening-Thu. Milder temps late this week; Storm potential this weekend followed by another blast of cold/arctic air next week. Snow reports from today in this post, 2-5" of snow S/E of Superior, WI

/Issued 4:10 PM CST, Tuesday, November 27, 2018/

Here’s my snowfall forecast for Wednesday evening-Thursday

Thursday morning commute could be impacted by the snow with slippery road conditions possible.

Expecting widespread 1 to around 3 inches of snow across the Northland by Thursday afternoon with potential for 3 to 5 inches of snow along portions of the North Shore due to some lake enhanced snowfall.

Source:  https://weather.cod.edu

18z NAM-Nest model 11-27-2018

Arrival times for Wednesday’s snow.  Looks to begin in western-southern areas later Wednesday afternoon, spreading farther north/east Wednesday evening/overnight.

Looks like the snow will begin in Duluth and Superior Wednesday evening, 6-9 PM time frame.

Source:  https://weather.cod.edu

18z NAM-Nest model 11-27-2018

Simulated radar forecast valid from 6 AM Wednesday to 6 PM Thursday.

Blue=Snow

Here’s the latest on the potential storm for this weekend

Euro remains the farthest north with the storm track, although they have shifted it farther south compared to 24 hours ago.

GFS/GEFS models remain the farthest southeast with the storm track.

My map shows the two tracks this storm could take.

The black line (storm track) would bring accumulating snow to parts of the Northland this weekend.

The white line (storm track) would keep the snow farther south of our area, meaning this weekend would be mainly dry across the Northland.

Timing of possible impacts would be from Saturday afternoon through Sunday with precipitation in the form of snow, but a mixture of precipitation can’t be ruled out with mild temps in place this weekend.

Note:  It’s still way too early to be throwing out potential snow amounts for this weekend, especially considering the fact that this system has yet to move onshore in the western U.S.; plus the computer models continue to be in disagreement on the track of the low once it moves into the central Plains.  I’m simply giving people a heads up for a potential storm that could impact portions of the upper Midwest and Great Lakes this weekend, doesn’t mean it’s going to happen, but the chance is there!

Stay tuned!

Snowfall Reports for November 27, 2018
Source:  https://www.weather.gov/dlh/

1 NE Oulu, WI:  5.0 inch
7 ESE Superior, WI:  4.3 inch
Gile, WI:  4.3 inch
1 NW Hurley, WI:  4.1 inch
5 SSE South Range, WI:  3.8 inch
4 SSE Herbster, WI:  3.5 inch
1 WSW Maple, WI:  2.8 inch

Weather Synopsis for Northeast Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin

A snowy day along the South Shore of Lake Superior in northwest Wisconsin due to lake effect snow and also from a gravity wave which developed earlier today and caused some decent snowfall this morning across parts of Douglas and Bayfield Counties with about 2 to 5 inches of snow falling a few miles south/east of the city of Superior.

Otherwise it was another brisk day under partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies with scattered flurries and snow showers occurring.  Highs today were in the mid teens to mid 20s.

Cold tonight under partly to mostly cloudy skies.  A few flurries will linger as well.  Lows will be in the single digits below to around 10 above zero.

For Wednesday expect partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies.  Snow develops in western-southern areas during the mid or late afternoon hours.  Highs Wednesday in the upper teens to middle 20s with winds turning to the S-SE as high pressure moves off to our east while low pressure approaches from the W.

Snow Wednesday night across all of northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin.  Snow lingers through the day Thursday in far northern Minnesota and along the North Shore of Lake Superior while light snow, flurries and patchy freezing drizzle occurs elsewhere.  Milder on Thursday with highs in the mid 20s to low 30s (Right around average for late November)

Duluth, Minnesota Climate Normals for November 28

High:  29
Low:   15

Sunrise Wednesday:  7:29 AM CST
Sunset Wednesday:   4:24 PM CST

Tim

Gusty winds and Cold! South Shore lake effect snow thru Tue, scattered snow showers elsewhere; Light snowfall possible Wed PM-Thu; Milder late week temps and possibly a significant storm for the weekend. Heating Degree Stats in this post

/Issued 5:19 PM CST, Monday, November 26, 2018/









Source:  https://weathermodels.com

18z HRRR model 11-26-2018

Simulated radar forecast valid through 6 PM Tuesday.

Blue=Snow
















Source:  https://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Forecast map below is for Thursday morning.

















Note:  I’m still keeping an eye on a potential storm that may impact northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin sometime in the Saturday-Monday time frame (Dec 1-3)  Euro and its ensemble remain farther north with the track of the low which would result in far greater impacts in terms of snow or mixed precip for the Northland this weekend, while the GEFS model is much farther southeast with the storm track, which would lead to very little precipitation for the Northland.  Stay tuned!

Source:  http://www.pivotalweather.com/

12z European Computer model (ECMWF) 11-26-2018

Source:  https://www.tropicaltidbits.com

European Computer model (ECMWF)

Forecasters look for trends in the computer models, and as you can see on the map below, the European model has been bouncing around quite a bit on its placement of a low pressure system for this weekend, meaning the Euro model is sort of an odd model out type of solution at the moment as there has been very little consistency with the placement of the low.

L=Low pressure

The map below are 6 model runs per Euro model valid for 6 AM Sunday, December 2.

Source:  https://www.tropicaltidbits.com

European Ensemble model (EPS)

Now let’s look at the Euro Ensemble model’s last 6 runs and its trend valid for 6 AM Sunday, December 2.  A bit more consistency noted in the Euro Ensemble with where they have an area of low pressure late this weekend

Source:  https://www.tropicaltidbits.com

GEFS model

Meanwhile the GEFS model continues to show this weekend’s low farther southeast vs. the Euro model, and if the GEFS solution verifies, then most of the Northland wouldn’t get much precipitation over the weekend with low pressure tracking toward the southern Great Lakes/Ohio Valley region.














Note:  Another way of looking at how cold it’s been this month and really most of this fall is by the number of heating degree days.  Heating degree days or HDD is a measurement designed to quantify the demand for energy needed to heat a building.  It is the number of degrees that a day’s average temperature is below 65 degrees F, which is the temperature below which buildings need to be heated.

Heating Degree Day stats for Duluth, Minnesota

So far this month 1073 heating degree days — The average for November (thru the 26th) is 916.  (+157 above average)

Since September 1 — 2030 heating degree days — The average from September 1 to November 26 is 1892.  (+138 above average)

Heating Degree Day stats for International Falls, Minnesota

So far this month 1149 heating degree days — The average for November (thru the 26th) is 994.  (+155 above average)

Since September 1 — 2332 heating degree days — The average from September 1 to November 26 is 2090.  (+242 above average)

Weather Synopsis for Northeast Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin

Blustery and cold with a mix of sun/clouds and snow flurries today with highs in the teens to lower 20s.  Winds were out of the northwest at 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 25 mph.

Weather pattern won’t change much through Tuesday with low pressure anchored to our east and high pressure to our W-NW.  Will keep the cold air around with continued NW breezes which could gust to around 25 mph at times.

Expect occasional flurries and snow showers across the area through Tuesday with little to no accumulation.  The exception to this will be along the South Shore of Lake Superior due to some lake effect snow and also a gravity wave induced snowfall which is forecast to setup across parts of Douglas and Bayfield County late tonight, lingering at times through Tuesday.  Snowfall amounts for those areas will range from 2 to around 6 inches by Tuesday afternoon with about 1 to 3 inches of snow possible in parts of Douglas County.

Lows tonight and Tuesday night will be in the single digits and teens with a few of the typical cold spots possibly dropping to the single digits below zero.  Highs Tuesday will be in the teens to around 20 degrees.

Milder temperatures by late this week as high pressure moves off to our S/E causing winds to turn to the south.  Will also have a round of snow sometime in the Wednesday evening-Thursday afternoon time frame with a couple inches of accumulation looking likely across northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin.

Highs Friday and Saturday should get above freezing for most of us, ranging from the mid 30s to possibly the low 40s! Next week looks much colder again, and in between we could be dealing with a storm for this weekend.

Duluth, Minnesota Climate Normals for November 27

High:  29
Low:   16

Sunrise Tuesday:  7:28 AM CST
Sunset Tuesday:   4:24 PM CST

Tim

Powerful winter storm continues tonight-Mon AM across parts of the Midwest. Closer to home – Very Cold with flurries; Midweek light snow event possible. Storm potential Dec 1-3

/Issued 3:53 PM CST, Sunday, November 25, 2018/

Source:  https://www.spc.noaa.gov

Source:  http://www.pivotalweather.com/

Winter weather headlines map as of 4:05 PM CST, Sunday, November 25, 2018.

Source:  https://weather.cod.edu

18z NAM model 11-25-2018

Very heavy snowfall amounts of 6 to 12 inches are expected by Monday afternoon over a large swath from northern Missouri, southern Iowa thru north-central Illinois into southern lower Michigan with a sharp gradient in snowfall totals north/south of the 6-12 inch snow band.

Source:  http://www.intellicast.com

Radar loop thru 3:30 PM CST, Sunday, November 25, 2018.

Snow in blue, rain in green — The rain-snow line shifts farther south/east tonight as low pressure tracks E-NE out of south-central Missouri.  This storm is so dynamic that it’s even producing some instances of Thundersnow!

Source:  https://weather.cod.edu

Goes-16 lower-level water vapor satellite loop of today’s blizzard from Sunday, November 25, 2018.

Impressive!

Source:  https://weather.cod.edu

18z NAM model 11-25-2018

Simulated radar forecast valid from 6 PM Sunday to Noon Monday

Blue=Snow
Green=Rain

Darker blue colors indicate the potential for 1-2″+ per hour snowfall rates.

Source:  https://weather.cod.edu

18z NAM model 11-25-2018

850mb wind forecast thru Noon Monday.

Yellow and red colors indicate potential for 40-60+ mph winds at 850mb — A lot of this will mix down to the surface tonight with 30-50+ mph wind gusts which will result in whiteout and blizzard conditions from parts of northern Missouri, southern Iowa to northern Illinois and extreme southeast Wisconsin.

Source:  https://hprcc.unl.edu

Temperature departure map for the week of November 18, 2018 — Another week with well below average temperatures across northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin.  Average temps for the week finished anywhere from 6 to nearly 10 degrees below normal, even with that late week thaw that we had.

Source:  https://hprcc.unl.edu

Precipitation departure map for the week of November 18, 2018 — Above average precip totals last week for some areas near Lake Superior, parts of eastern Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin (Green, blue and purple colors on map)  Below normal precip totals across northern Minnesota.
















Temperature and Precipitation report for Duluth, Minnesota

November 18-24, 2018

High Temperature/Departure from Normal

11/18:  23 F/-11 degrees below normal
11/19:  23 F/-11 degrees below normal
11/20:  22 F/-11 degrees below normal
11/21:  19 F/-13 degrees below normal
11/22:  32 F/Normal
11/23:  44 F/+13 degrees above normal
11/24:  38 F/+7 degrees above normal

Low Temperature/Departure from Normal

11/18:  7 F/-14 degrees below normal
11/19:  -6 F/-26 degrees below normal
11/20:  -7 F/-27 degrees below normal
11/21:  7 F/-12 degrees below normal
11/22:  19 F/+1 degree above normal
11/23:  31 F/+13 degrees above normal
11/24:  25 F/+8 degrees above normal

Note:  Average temperature for the week of November 18:  19.8 degrees (-5.9 degrees below normal)  Source:  https://www.dnr.state.mn.us

Total Precipitation:  0.78 inches
Normal:  0.47 inches
Departure:  +0.31 inches above normal

State Average for Minnesota for the week of November 18, 2018
Source:  https://www.dnr.state.mn.us

Temperature:  21.7 degrees
Departure:  -5.9 degrees below normal

Precipitation:  0.16 inches
Departure:  -0.21 inches below normal

Weather Tidbits:

•The last time Duluth, Minnesota had a week where the average temperature finished above normal was the week of October 28 (+1.4 degrees above normal from Oct 28 to Nov 3)

•There’s only been 4 days so far this month without any precipitation at Duluth, Minnesota (1st, 3rd, 13th and 14th)  Yet the precip total of 1.55 inches for November (thru the 24th) is -0.19 inches below normal.

Note:  We’re heading into the final few days of Meteorological Fall 2018 (The period from September 1 to November 30)

Here are the stats for Duluth, Minnesota (Thru November 24)

Average temperature:  42.6 degrees
Departure:  -1.3 degrees below normal

Precipitation:  9.73 inches
Departure:  +1.03 inches above normal

Snowfall:  12.3 inches
Departure:  -0.4 inches below normal

…Three things I’m watching this week…

1:  Very cold temperatures
2:  A few light snow events
3:  Perhaps a stronger storm next weekend

Let’s start with the cold — Highs today were in the mid teens to mid 20s (Normal highs for Nov 25 are in the upper 20s to around 30 degrees) A common theme we’ve seen this month has been the cold temperatures with several days of highs and lows some 10 to 20+ degrees below average!

The cold temps persist thru Tuesday with daytime highs in the lower teens to lower 20s.

 Low temps tonight, Monday night and Tuesday night are forecast to range from the single digits below to around 10 above zero.

Will keep the partly to mostly cloudy sky conditions thru Tuesday with some flurries and snow showers with a chance for a coating to an inch of snow late Monday night-Tuesday.

Occasional lake effect snow showers for the South Shore of Lake Superior thru Tuesday with a NW flow in place between the strong low to our SE and high to our NW.  There are some indications showing up in model guidance for a gravity wave to setup Monday night-Tuesday which could cause an increase in snow intensity in parts of Douglas and Bayfield County in northwest Wisconsin.  Snowfall accumulations thru Tuesday of 1 to around 4 inches are possible along portions of the South Shore of Lake Superior.

A more widespread light snow event is possible sometime in the Wednesday night-Friday time frame as a warm front approaches from the SW while some warm air advection moves into the upper Midwest. 

*Now onto the potential storm for next weekend, Dec 1-3*

Two potential tracks per model guidance from Sunday, November 25.

Track number one is more to the west (EURO, ECMWF) and (Euro Ensemble, EPS) Greater impacts for northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin.

Track number two is farther south/east (GFS, GEFS) This would lead to lesser impacts for northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin.

For now it’s a broad area that I’ve highlighted for a potential snow event or mixed precipitation event for next weekend since the computer models show differing tracks to the surface low which isn’t surprising for something that is about a week away.  Stay tuned!

Duluth, Minnesota Climate Normals for November 26

High:  30
Low:   16

Sunrise Monday:  7:27 AM CST
Sunset Monday:   4:25 PM CST

Tim