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Windy, Warm, & Wet

CREATED Feb 21, 2012
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That low pressure center we were tracking in the Central Plains on Monday has, in fact, arrived in our region with some light snow which began during the very early morning hours.  With so much warm air still in place, that frozen precipitation will rapidly become a rain/snow mix and then eventually just some light rain.  Minor slushy accumulations could occur before being washed or melted away.  It looks like another couple rounds of light mixed precipitation on Wednesday afternoon into Thursday with no big storms in the near future.  Temperatures also appear on track to remain above average all week long.
Have a great Tuesday!
Scott Steele

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