Monthly Archives: July 2010

>Model Runs

>NAM: Rain early this morning until noon or so, then clearing with chance for showers. Enlarged storm system to affect area on Day 10. GFS: Rain continuing in area until noon then clearing with chance of showers. Storm system starts … Continue reading

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>Weather Word

>Model Names NAM- North American ModelGFS- Global Forecasting System

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>NAM and GFS model runs

>NAM: The NAM model displays rain in our area in the 36-57 hour periods, also known as Saturday afternoon through Sunday afternoon has rain. On Saturday and possibly very late evening on Saturday there could be occasional showers popping up … Continue reading

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>Weather Word: Critical Thickness

>Critical Thickness is used in winter weather forecasting to define the line between rain and snow falling in a certain region.

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>Current Dewpoints by region:

>In Illinois: NE: 58-60NC: 58-60NW: 58-60C: 64-70EC: 64-70WC: 64-70 In Indiana: NW: 58-62

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>Current Temperatures

>Rockford: 77Chicago: 79Joliet: 79Bolingbrook: 78Clinton, IA: N/AGary, IN: 81

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