Winter storm moves away–now a warm-up!March 6th, 2013 at 9:24 am by Jamie Jarosik under Uncategorized, Weather
The storm we’ve been tracking for days moved through the region yesterday and overnight, bringing very heavy snow to parts of the Miami Valley. Here’s a look at some of the higher totals we saw:
And now a map of the entire area, with snowfall amounts plotted:
One sequence of photos from Bonnie in Springboro shows how quickly things changed:
It’s a heavy snow, too, so shoveling will not be as easy as some of the snows we’ve seen this season… quite the work out, in fact! If you’re not used to that level of physical activity, please use caution. The accumulating snow is over–we can’t rule out a few flurries through the day, however. Expect lots of clouds and breezy conditions, with highs running about 10-degrees below-normal this afternoon. We’ll only reach the mid-30s. Road conditions remain poor this morning, but will improve some this afternoon. Whatever melts will re-freeze tonight, so use caution as we drop back into the 20s.
THEN a warming trend sets in. High pressure builds our way tomorrow, so we’ll see some sunshine with highs in the upper 30s. And on it goes…