I don't have a lot of time this morning for my blog, but I wanted to jump on here and drop a quick line. So far the Southern Miami Valley has seen about an inch of snow and the Northern parts have seen about 1-2" with some places seeing about 3". The real tricky part of this snow is the wind. It will be very difficult to measure accurately because of the blowing snow and you would need to be in a wind-blocked area to measure the snow. We still could see another inch for the Northern Miami Valley this morning and about half an inch south of I-70. The radar image I grabbed is from 5:04AM this morning and we are getting the wrap around snow showers behind the low pressure system. Most of the snow has fallen, but we still could see a little more. There is a weak clipper system Saturday night and Sunday morning and that could bring less than an inch of snow and then we will warm up into the lower 40's for Monday and Tuesday with a little rain and then cold again for the middle of next week.
So, watch out for blowing snow this morning and a little drifting snow in the outlying areas. Gotta get back to tracking the snow on-air. Stay warm, safe, and have a good one!
Andrew Buck Michael