Monday, January 12, 2009


The National Weather Service in Cleveland has issued a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY & WIND CHILL ADVISORY for Northeast Ohio.

The WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY will be in effect from 4am Tuesday through 1am Wednesday.

The WIND CHILL ADVISORY will be in effect from 6pm Tuesday through 6am Wednesday.

A low pressure and arctic cold front moving through late tonight and Tuesday will cause snow to spread West to East over the area late tonight. By the time the snow tapers to flurries later Tuesday most areas should see 2 to 3 inches of new accumulation.

Windy conditions will develop Tuesday causing areas of blowing snow which may reduce visibility to near zero at times as winds gust 35 to 40 MPH.

The winds and falling temperatures will drive wind chill readings down to about MINUS 10 DEGREES Tuesday night so plans should be made to limit time outdoors.

The blowing snow and will chill problems should lessen late Tuesday night as the winds diminish.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

A winter warning wammy? Wow! Haas

6:27 PM  
Anonymous karl said...

Please remember your pets during this (or any for that matter) kind of weather. Just because they have fur doesn't mean that they won't get cold or freeze. Wind chill effects them just as it does us. Bring them inside or provide plenty of warm bedding and remember to check their water bowls - in this type of cold, a bowl of water will freeze solid in an hour or so.
Their lives are in your hands, take good care of them!

10:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

time to put away those brass monkeys! Tom Kelley

7:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Global warming is apon us

11:27 AM  

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