January: Calmer Pattern To End The Month

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Re: January: Strong Arctic Front/Winter Storm Watch Issued

Postby Andrew » Mon Jan 27, 2014 1:05 am

Paul Robison wrote:Dear Andrew:
I live in Southwest Houston, off Dairy Ashford and Memorial. What does all this mean for me?


It will be close I believe. i do expect snow eventually, just not sure on how long it will take to cool down that 800mb layer enough to get it below 0 .
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Re: January: Strong Arctic Front/Winter Storm Watch Issued

Postby Paul Robison » Mon Jan 27, 2014 1:10 am

Andrew wrote:
Paul Robison wrote:Dear Andrew:
I live in Southwest Houston, off Dairy Ashford and Memorial. What does all this mean for me?


It will be close I believe. i do expect snow eventually, just not sure on how long it will take to cool down that 800mb layer enough to get it below 0 .



Dear Andrew:
One final thing, not important to the forum really, but----can I look forward to being powerless on Tuesday night? HGX seems to think so.
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Re: January: Strong Arctic Front/Winter Storm Watch Issued

Postby Andrew » Mon Jan 27, 2014 1:12 am

Paul Robison wrote:
Andrew wrote:
Paul Robison wrote:Dear Andrew:
I live in Southwest Houston, off Dairy Ashford and Memorial. What does all this mean for me?


It will be close I believe. i do expect snow eventually, just not sure on how long it will take to cool down that 800mb layer enough to get it below 0 .



Dear Andrew:
One final thing, not important to the forum really, but----can I look forward to being powerless on Tuesday night? HGX seems to think so.


As of now I think you will be fine
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Re: January: Strong Arctic Front/Winter Storm Watch Issued

Postby Paul Robison » Mon Jan 27, 2014 1:16 am

Dear Andrew:
One final thing, not important to the forum really, but----can I look forward to being powerless on Tuesday night? HGX seems to think so.[/quote]

As of now I think you will be fine.

Thank you, Andrew. You know I was referring to HGX's WX discussion from a few hours ago, don't you, in regards to icing on power lines?
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Re: January: Strong Arctic Front/Winter Storm Watch Issued

Postby txsunshine82 » Mon Jan 27, 2014 1:20 am

What about north of I-10? I live in northen Liberty county (Romayor).
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Re: January: Strong Arctic Front/Winter Storm Watch Issued

Postby Paul Robison » Mon Jan 27, 2014 1:21 am

txsunshine82 wrote:What about north of I-10? I live in northen Liberty county (Romayor).



You'll be better off that I'll be, I'm sure. You'll just get snowed on.
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Re: January: Strong Arctic Front/Winter Storm Watch Issued

Postby txsunshine82 » Mon Jan 27, 2014 1:26 am

The last event we didn't get no snow. Funny how I live less then 5 miles from Polk county who got inches of snow... Lol. Thanks.
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Re: January: Strong Arctic Front/Winter Storm Watch Issued

Postby nuby3 » Mon Jan 27, 2014 1:42 am

NOW WOULD BE A GOOD TIME TO REMIND PEOPLE TO SCROLL THROUGH PREVIOUS POSTS BEFORE ASKING QUESTIONS BECAUSE MOST TIMES THE QUESTION HAS ALREADY BEEN ANSWERED AND WE WASTE THE TIME OF OUR EXPERTS THAT WAY
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Re: January: Strong Arctic Front/Winter Storm Watch Issued

Postby nuby3 » Mon Jan 27, 2014 1:44 am

AND ALSO, Now that I see Mr.T is back, I know for sure we are all about to get buried in feet of snow. It's great to see you.
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Re: January: Strong Arctic Front/Winter Storm Watch Issued

Postby Mr. T » Mon Jan 27, 2014 1:45 am

Andrew wrote:
west versus the Southwest.



Which is why I think areas further to the east have a much larger ice threat than we do, where their flow will be more out of the SW with a higher reliance on overrunning rather than lift ahead of the shearing upper low. The GFS wants 6" of snow across coastal AL/MS, but most of that may be freezing rain
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