Tag: Kevin Myatt

Musings

What we don’t need: More snow

Snow, the National Weather Service office in Blacksburg predicts, should start falling around 12:45 p.m. Thursday and could accumulate about an inch before blowing off somewhere else. Another day of snow. Starting to sound a lot like another day of rain last spring, summer and fall. Whatever Mother Nature decides to drop on us comes

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Musings

Snow? Looks like some is coming

Forecasts say our area should get snow this weekend along with a first taste of the stuff Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning. A quick-moving storm could bring some snowflakes falling Tuesday night and into the wee hours of Wednesday, along with a little on the ground in some locations but the weather pattern that

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Musings

Warmer days ahead but snow may not be finished with us

Are we finished with snow in this topsy-turvy winter-spring of 2018? Maybe. Maybe not. Roanoke Times weather guru Kevin Myatt says the next few days warms up to more traditional weather than the 18 inches of wet, sloppy snow that brought down trees and power lines and left many residents of Floyd County and other

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Musings

Snow on Friday? Maybe…or maybe not

Roanoke Times weather guru Kevin Myatt predicts a chance of some measurable snowfall in the area Friday with the normal caveat of “unless things change.” Writes Myatt: Friday has a legitimate shot at providing our region’s first measurable snowfall of the season. Some fast-moving, strung-out upper-level energy moving across the South may be enough to

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Musings

Snow is coming: How much is debatable

Less than two weeks ago, the Blacksburg office of The National Weather Service predicted a warmer than normal first two weeks of March with a long-range forecast of an apparent end to a winter that hasn’t been that bad. That was then, this is now.  It was warm then. Now the prognosticators who are more

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