The flurries were nice, but I was hoping for a little bit more of course. One of our regular and loyal bloggers, Kaleb Turner, in Pangburn sent in some video and a few pictures of the light snowfall up there. Thanks Kaleb.
I will have a new post within the next couple of days calling it a "Wild and Wacky Week Ahead". It appears a major storm system will affect the central United States late this upcoming week. We should be in the warm sector which raises concerns for severe/strong thunderstorms. Right now, the details are not clear as to how this will evolve. Hopefully we can keep instability levels in check and get away with just some much needed rain and thunder. SOOOO much will change between now and then so I'll keep you updated here!
Merry Christmas and enjoy the videos from Kaleb!
|More Christmas snow|
|Light Snow in Pangburn|
|Blake climbing into his new recliner with Elmo|
As we return to blogging after Christmas, the BIG story will be the potential for a powerful storm system in the plains as we go into the end of next week. This system is a week away and so much will change between now and then. BUT, there is the possibility for thunderstorms and some could become strong as unseasonably warm temperatures and moisture move into the region. Let's not think too much about it now and enjoy what Christmas is all about.
Thanks again everyone for making the blog what it is today! Merry Christmas!