Cool Pattern ContinuesMarch 7th, 2014 at 5:02 am by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
The overall cooler than average pattern will continue for at least another couple weeks. Here’s the GRR NWS discussion. Model update: The NAM (caribou) is dry for Friday night/Sat. The GFS-plot prints out 0.08″ of a mix to all snow..maybe half an inch. The European has 0.07″. The GFS plot is pretty cool (too cool I think) and has highs beginning today (Fri.) of 33, 30, 31, 34, 35, 25, 26, 34. The Euro. would take us to about 44 next Monday. The models have most of the big storm next mid-week going SE of us. The GFS would gaze us with a couple inches of snow. The Euro. is still pretty dry. It would be a close call for the more significant snow…so stay up with later forecasts. There’s more on the lake ice and lake levels in the threads below this one. Happy Friday. (pic. from NWS Marquette).