Turning into Frozen Pumpkins at the Stroke of Midnight
December 31st: Turning into Frozen Pumpkins at the Stroke of Midnight
North Platte, NE
Thanks to @Hansen_77 for the beautiful sunset picture below out of North Platte, NE.
Thanks to Greg Kretovic for the picture below out of Marquette, MI during some recent lake effect snow.
New York City will be abuzz today/tonight with people looking for the best spot to ring in the new year. It’ll be a little chilly, but festive with a chance of light snow around midnight.
Here’s a look at all the events for New Year’s from timessquarenyc.org HERE:
The forecast for the big event looks a bit cool, but also fairly festive! Look for a little light snow as countdown continues. Here’s a look at the NYC forecast from the WeatherNation app available on Itunes.
The next winter event will move across the mid-section of the nation today with shovelable snow potential for some. Winter Weather Advisories have been posted from the Texas Panhandle to the Ohio Valley with 2″ to 4″ possible and isolated 6″ amounts possible as well.
This is a look the RPM snowfall forecast through midday Wednesday, note the heavier tallies around central/eastern Kansas with up to around 6″ possible in spots.
Here’s a look at the forecast lows across the nation New Year’s Eve… Brr!
Cold Highs New Year’s Day
It definitely looks cold into the New Year. Here are the forecast high temperatures for Tuesday, January 1st. Temperatures across the nation will be running several degrees below normal for many locations.
Here are the highs from normal across the nation on Tuesday, note that most locations other than the southeast will be well below average temperatures for the first of the year.
Thanks for checking in and have a great rest of 2012 and New Year ahead!
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