After a Wintry Start to This Week, a Pattern Change FINALLY Looks to be Setting Up….

April 1st, 2013 at 1:31 pm by under 4 Warn Weather

Pretty harsh afternoon for the Dyngus Day parade, with a nasty wind chill, some bits o’ sun, and some occ’l snow showers. The hills well south could see 1-3″ amounts overnight, with a little blowing snow to boot. But there are FINALLY signs of a more fundamental pattern change taking shape gradually later this week and continuing into next week. For example, the European 500mb ensemble mean shows rising heights in the east and falling heights in the interior of the west. This would allow temps to approach age at the end of the week and to run somewhat above average much of next week. There’ll be some ups and downs here and there, but MEAN is changing. Average high for today is 48

195 Responses to “After a Wintry Start to This Week, a Pattern Change FINALLY Looks to be Setting Up….”

  1. Dave from Roc says:

    0.70″ in the rain gauge from overnight to now.

  2. Don Paul says:

    The Flood Warning for the Ellicott & Cayuga Creeks has been cancelled, as waters are now falling. The Warning for Minor flooding continues during the weekend for the Tonawanda Creek. Warmer but–at times–Wet Weather will move in for next week. Details with our exclusive 4Warn Forecast at 5 & 5:30.

  3. Dave from Roc says:

    It’ll really be somethin’ if the WPC’s rainfall projections for later next week are realized, considering what we just received in the last few days:

    http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov/qpf/p168i.gif

  4. Honey Badger says:

    Blaaaaa …… guess I’ll return to my burrow, for some odd reason I thought it was spring.

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