Sunday Morning Radar
What’s that sound? Yes, it’s raining!
Welcome rain visited the Ozarks overnight and continues early today.
As of 7 am Sunday morning, Springfield picked up about a half inch of rain. Morning radar shows showers in the Springfield area with the majority of the rain now northeast of the city. The rain will end in the Ozarks early today.
The week heading into Christmas will be a mild one. Expect high temperatures in the fifties and even sixties!
However, a slam of arctic air will arrive on Friday. Much colder air will be in place next weekend with highs in the forties and even thirties.
This leads me to a White Christmas comment. The first ingredient is of course it has to be cold enough to snow which appears likely.
The second condition is a trigger for precipitation. Almost as exciting as Santa coming (a certainty!), there has been a consistent signal for snow in or close to the Ozarks on Sunday.
A White Christmas is usually defined as snow on the ground not necessary snow on Christmas Eve so this could be an exciting development. It will keep me watching the charts this week.
GFS Model of Precipitation Type Noon on Christmas Eve
More updates of course this week!