January 30, 2009

Wimpy Front, Great Convergence Zone

The front today had very little precipitation and attenuated cloud, but the convergence today was well-defined with a beautiful precipitation band...take a look at the recent radar image...

Way too warm for snow in the lowlands with it... Tomorrow looks generally dry over the lowlands...with some light snow showers in the mountains.


  1. Yep, the cold front that came through today was just mainly clouds and not much else. Not real to exciting. Though, it did produce a fast moving CZ tonight. I picked up a quick .04" worth of rain.

  2. We had a brief downpour, but the weather is blehh

  3. It's a smiley-faced convergence zone.

    Just sayin'


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