Models Hinting At Snow Thursday Morning…

Some computer models are hinting at snow Thursday morning, perhaps over northern and western parts of Acadiana.  Predicting such winter precipitation three days out for South Louisiana with a high degree of uncertainty is unheard of, so don’t get overly excited!  However, there is an upper-level low pressure area spinning over AZ and NM as of Monday and this is expected to “close off” and move eastward, coming overhead around daybreak Thursday.  With temperatures in the middle to upper 30s at the surface and the freezing level dropping, some snowflakes are a possibility, but we’ll have to see how the upper-level low evolves and where it tracks.  If there continues to be a chance for some snow early Thursday, we’re definitely talk this up more later in the week!

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One Response to Models Hinting At Snow Thursday Morning…

  1. David Paul says:

    Well, the models on Tuesday made it clear we won’t see any snow from this system. The rain departs by midday Wednesday, with sun to return on Thursday. Bummer.


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