More Cold & More Snow
Tuesday, December 10th, 2013
We’ve had yet ANOTHER round wintry weather across parts of the nation today. Here’s a few pictures/images from this latest blast.
Philly picked up more snow today, which is adding on to the already impressive snow tallies this year. Impressive considering that all of last winter we only picked up 8.3″; Sunday’s snow storm saw 8.6″ in one day!
It Looks A Lot Like Winter
There’s still snow and ice on the ground across parts of Texas. Take a look at the webcam from earlier Tuesday out of Fort Worth, TX!
U.S. Snow Cover
According to NOAA’s NOHRSC, 63% of the nation is considered to be snow covered, which is remarkably high for this time of the year. Interestingly, this is down from yesterday’s U.S. snow coverage, which was as high as 67%!
More Snow on the Way?
Yet ANOTHER storm looks to develop later this week/weekend with more wintry precip. Here’s an early glance at what weather models are suggesting for Saturday night/AM Sunday, which shows another potential messy Sunday ahead… Stay tuned!
Temperatures are still quite cold for much of the nation except for Florida, where temperatures are 5° to nearly 10° above average. In fact, Jacksonville, Florida had a record high on Monday at 84°!
Warmer West By Mid December
According to NOAA CPC, there is a little light at the end of the tunnel for folks in the western half of the country. By mid December, temperatures are expected to return to above average levels! However, the northeastern quadrant of the nation will still remain below average.
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