Each Time I Speak The "S" Word Comes Out Of My Mouth

It has been happening a lot lately... the "S" word has been slipping out of my mouth. I learned a valuable lesson about 7 years ago and that was to never go throwing that word around.

The catch with this pattern is that I see another small chance for snow to enter the region. By the way... I tried to post some of your photos and something went haywire so they didn't show up from last week's wintry precip. We'll get that arranged though very very soon!

If some of you are looking for a snow day on Tuesday... it could possibly happen. First the winds pick up and then the cold air becomes more noticable. Seondly, the remaining rain attempts to change to some sort of a wintry form. Finally, that form becomes all snow by the early morning hours. The big question for many of us is will it stick?!?!?!?!? I think we will have some stick... KEY WORD=SOME. For most of us I think a dusting is very possible. The same areas could see up to an inch of accumulation. The highest elevations could possibly see 1"-2" by Tuesday PM.

This about sums it up! The only thing I disagree with here is the fact that the 1"-2" doesn't spill over into Kentucky on this map, but in reality I think that it will. Other than that I believe this is right on.

The rest of the week will slowly warm up. Thanksgiving Day is looking really good. I'll have more on that Tuesday.

Now to reveal to you what my Bigs News topic will be about... This Thursday I will release my Winter Outlook!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So check back after you finish your turkey!

C-Ya Bye

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  • by Beth Location: Eolia on Nov 25, 2008 at 12:26 AM
    I really hope we do see more snow this year.I liked the snow we got thursday into friday, it was beautiful. I think we got a little suprise with that one. Keep up the good work.


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