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.

3 comments:

  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.

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

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

    Just sayin'

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