Even less snow tomorrow

Fri., Feb. 7,2020

Weak Clipper brings a little more snow

A weak Alberta Clipper dropping into the Ohio Valley tonight and tomorrow morning will leave a minor calling card in its wake.  Available moisture is lacking and the clipper does not appear strong enough to force much lifting this far south.  The clipper’s path is expected to pass over southern IL/IN.  That sets up central IN for a possible 1-3″ accumulation tonight and early tomorrow.

Meanwhile, south of a clipper’s path, not much happens.  In reaction to the clipper moving north of us, we’ll see southerly winds tonight.  That’ll hold temperatures in the low to mid 30’s.  Precipitation south of a clipper’s path historically is little or none.  So, even though some light snow is possible late tonight and tomorrow morning, accumulation will be in the “little or none” category.  Probability for measurable snowfall is about 50%.

Tomorrow morning marks the last snow chance for about a week, at least.

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