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Going to be high 60's low 70's today and the NWS has this out for tomorrow.

Warning Description: Winter Storm Watch

Warning Date: 4:23 am CST on November 28, 2006

Warning Summary: ...Winter Storm Watch In Effect From Wednesday Afternoon Through

Late Wednesday Night...
Warning Message:

The National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill has issued a Winter
Storm Watch...which is in effect from Wednesday afternoon through
late Wednesday night.
A strong cold front is forecast to move through a Kansas City to
Chillicothe line Wednesday morning causing temperatures to drop into
the upper 20s to lower 30s by later in the afternoon. Rain may
continue behind the front and lead to significant ice accumulations
into the evening hours.
A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow...sleet...or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
Continue to monitor the latest forecasts and statements.

Only in California...

Out here (southern California) we currently have a Special Weather Statement for "extremely cold temperatures" concurrent with a Fire Weather Watch (dry and windy).

FWIW, "extremely cold" for us is apparently teens and 20s (8-10 hours of sub-freezing).

Just keeps getting better & better. After an inch of ice and sleet yesterday here's what's on tap for today. I'm south of I-70 so I'm in the 8 - 14 range. Should be fun. Guess it's time to hook the tow strap to the hitch on the truck and go make some $$. :lol:

Warning Description: Heavy Snow Warning

Warning Date: 4:09 am CST on November 30, 2006

Warning Summary: ...Heavy Snow Warning Remains In Effect From Noon Today To 6 Am

Cst Friday...
Warning Message:

A Heavy Snow Warning remains in effect from noon today to 6 am
CST Friday.
A potent winter storm is expected to track from Oklahoma into
southern Missouri today and tonight. Snow is expected to develop this
afternoon and become heavy at times tonight. Snowfall accumulations
this afternoon will generally be less than two inches. Snowfall rates
of 1 to 2 inches are possible tonight...especially south of
Interstate 70. Total snow accumulations of 4 to 9 inches are expected
north of Interstate 70 with 8 to 14 inches south of the Interstate.
Some blowing and drifting of the snow is also likely. The snow is
expected to end by daybreak on Friday.
The track of the storm system is extremely critical. Any small
deviation of the forecast will affect snowfall accumulations significantly.
A Heavy Snow Warning means severe winter weather conditions are
expected or occurring.  Significant amounts of snow are forecast
that will make travel dangerous. Only travel in an emergency. If
you must...keep an extra water in your
vehicle in case of an emergency.

noquitters, make sure you keep it. I don't want any of it. Expecially the ice. Bad enough when you can see it. Even worse when it's covered up with snow.

So should I feel guilty when I go home at lunch and open my windows to let all the nice warm 75 degree air circulate through the house? Or that I'll open my sunroof and all windows in the car while I drive home?

 :lol:  :lol:  :lol:

Yeah, I know, I could be singing a different tune next hurricane season... but until then.........


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