Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Montana Weather Could Be Bad

The APN-National Disaster Reporting Service would like to thank MTJoe for this info

I just got an email from a pal at the National Weather Service, here is what she said;

"By now, your ears are probably buzzing about the talk of the winter storm coming in this Friday through Sunday. The good news, there is no arctic air associated with this storm that will be coming from the southwest (not Canada!). The bad news is that warmer temperatures mean that the atmosphere can hold more precipitation, and the snow that does fall tends to be heavy, wet snow.

Right now, it looks like we'll see some snow starting Friday afternoon continuing through Sunday. The winds will pick up from the northwest at around 15 to 30 mph by Saturday evening and continue into Sunday. Blowing and drifting snow will be a problem on area roads. Snowfall amounts of 6 to 12 inches are possible with this storm."

Be ready for it!

1 comment:

Kelle said...

We don't mind the snow, in fact we NEED the moisture. We are however thankful there are not the bitter temps coming along for the ride, it makes it miserable when caring for our animals.

Thanks for the update, bring it on we're prepped and ready!

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