UPDATE: Wed 9 Feb 2010 / 10:15 a.m.
The mid-level trough's core tracked about 75 miles further north than expected; this slight jog was enough to keep Texoma snowfall amounts to generally 1 to 4 inches.
Now the bad news: clearing skies will allow for record cold tonight ranging from zero to 8 degrees!
Thursday will be sunny and cold with highs near freezing. After another very cold morning Friday, milder weather should remove any remaining snow from your lawn by Friday afternoon.
UPDATE: Tue 8 Feb 2011 / 10:30 a.m.
Winter Storm Warnings are now posted for the entire area. Snow accumulations will vary considerably, and with the drifting expected it will be difficult to measure, but a range of 4-8" is reasonable based on the available moisture, speed of the system, and track of the trough's core.
All of this matches well with discussions posted here over the past few days.
Here's what you can expect:
***Discussion below map***
UPDATE: Mon 7 Feb 2011 / 5:50p.m.
This is an update to my blog of last Friday entitled "Arctic Air and Snow Potential: Next Week".
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