Thursday, December 29, 2016

Windy Commute Home; Few Snow Showers

It's already a windy morning,
but westerly winds will gust even higher through the late morning and afternoon. Behind a departing cold front, westerly winds have strengthened to 10-20 mph sustained and will gust as high as 40 mph, which is just under Wind Advisory criteria. This will make for difficult driving on north - south roads today, especially for high profile vehicles.
One thing you'll want to watch for will be passing flurries and light snow showers this afternoon and evening as another wave behind the low traverses the area. It won't accumulate much, but it will create a few slick spots, along with that it will drop visibility for the commute home. The coverage of the snow won't be much, but you might want to check out the radar before you head out. Light snow will be possible through about midnight.

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