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Friday, February 23, 2007

The warm front has passed!

Well... the warm front is passing through the area, and we've warmed into the 60s. By the looks of things, that 65 I had in the forecast 5 days ago will be closer than the 62 I forecasted last night. We had a few showers (maybe a rumble of thunder) roll through the area ahead of the warm front, and it's only the start of a very wet 36 hours or so ahead for us.

The latest computer model runs continue to show the track of the main upper-level storm to pass directly over the metro area, which would keep the heaviest of the snow well to the north. Parts of N MO may pick up several inches of snow, while the city may have less than an inch. I'll give this a better look tonight, as well as the threat for any severe weather. The Storm Prediction Center has already placed us into a slight risk for severe weather, as expected.

We actually make out the best of most of the central part of the country. Severe weather to our south and west, a true blizzard across parts of NE, western KS, and eastern CO.

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