Snowstorm Passes SouthMarch 23rd, 2013 at 10:17 pm by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
A significant snowstorm has dumped heavy snow from Colorado (where the skiing is fantastic…pic. from Colorado Ski USA) to Ohio. Snowfall totaled 11.6″ in Denver, 19.4″ in Beulah, CO and 15″ in Goodland, Kansas. Here’s snowfall reports from Colorado and NW. Kansas. Snow has been a trace near the Indiana border and heavier farther south across N. Central Indiana. The north edge of the snow should be pretty sharp, and probably around the Indiana Toll Road. Here’s the National Hazards Map. Here’s the Warnings/Advisories over Indiana. Large hail and damaging winds were reported from E. Texas to N. Florida on Saturday. Sunday a plane was flipped by strong t-storm winds at Titusville, FL. The average high temperature for the weekend was 48. The actual high temp. Sat. and Sun. was 37. We have had only 2 days this month warmer than 42. The month is 5 deg. cooler than average for G.R. and 5.5 deg. cooler than avg. for Kalamazoo. The long range forecast is cooler than average next week, back closer to average for early April and probably a little warmer than average beginning about mid-April…that would mean lots of 60s about mid-April…so spring is coming.