Another Round of Snow Saturday MorningDecember 28th, 2012 at 5:09 pm by Jonathan Conder under Weather
A few days ago, this next snow maker was expected to stay well to our south. Well……. this same weather system is tracking a little bit more to the north, putting us on the northern fringe of accumulating snow.
Here is what you need to know:
- Snow moves in after Midnight
- Accumulating snow ends by late morning
- More flurries are expected in the afternoon.
- Snowfall totals will range from 1-3″ across the WANE viewing area.
- The Fort should expect to see about 2″ of snow.
Now, I was gone during our last snow event and from what I could tell, the Live Doppler 15 Fury Weather Team did a great job forecasting the snow totals. (You have to remember, I am a weather junkie and even though I was on Christmas vacation over 700 miles away, I was actually forecasting the snow for Fort Wayne.) When it comes to snow forecasting folks… it still is not a perfect science! Even though I expect 1-3″ by late Saturday morning, I can not forecast exactly where the heavier snow bands may set up. If I am off by only 20 miles, that could make a difference between and inch or so. So, no reason to get upset if I say 2″ for the Fort and we see only an inch, or up to 4″.