Northeast Winds To Play Key Factor In Snowfall Amounts


As like any system that moves across the upper plains, certain features are watched. I think the northeast winds with the system will play a role in how much snow people get in KELOLAND.

By this time Friday, snow will be falling in KELOLAND. Due to the composition of the snow, it will be easy to blow around as strong northeast winds kick in.

Those northeast winds usually bring in dry air which help dry out moisture, which in turn means a sharp cutoff in snow amounts. This is especially true in northeast KELOLAND.

Because of the colder temperatures, the snow will not have a high moisture content. This means it will be easier to move off your car and driveway, BUT it also makes it easier for the wind to blow around. Be careful when driving in the snow tomorrow as wind gusts can easily create reduced visibilities.

Once the snow leaves, the cold will come in.  As we slowly get out of the cold next week, more snow is on the way. 

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