Indiana Weather Forecast 1/30/2015

Zeroing in on the weekend system this morning. As it stands now, we will see some action through the day Sunday. Models are still not in the best agreement, but all say we see at least .2”-.5” of liquid equivalent out of the system. The heavier moisture will be south. The freezing line still lingers near the middle of the state, indicating rains south of 70, and snows north. The bigger precipitation may fall from KS across MO and IL, with the system turning more east as it gets to the Mississippi River.    Now…anytime you have a rain south/snow north set up, somewhere in there, there is going to be a doozy of a snow event. That may set up to be over central Indiana. Right now, since we don’t have another forecast before the event is over, we will take a stab at putting totals out. We like

Soil Moisture: 0.405

Evaporation: 0.03

Dry Index: Poor

The cumulative heating degree days: 14

The cumulative growing degree days: 3078

Livestock Saftey Index:

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