Seeing as a healthy section of Texas is under the gun for some winter weather, it seemed like a good time to put things into perspective.
The forecast might be calling for between 3″ to 5″ of snow in some places and up to 1/2″ of ice in others, but at least it isn’t this:
Scenario A closed-low off moving through California will track east through the southern Rockies and into Texas. As it does so, it will increase the chances for wintry precipitation across New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma. The main threats are for heavy snowfall, freezing rain and treacherous travel conditions. As the area of low-pressure moves toward Texas it will increase the… Read more →