A Few Ice Pellets Tonight

| January 16, 2007 @ 9:22 pm | 8 Replies

These images were taken by a reader in the community of Shelby, in Shelby County south of Columbiana…. a little sleet on the back deck.


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James Spann is one of the most recognized and trusted television meteorologists in the industry. He holds the AMS CCM designation and television seals from the AMS and NWA. He is a past winner of the Broadcast Meteorologist of the Year from both professional organizations.

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  1. Julie says:

    I wonder what time this was taken . . . well, it shows that the coverage is very spotty, as I live in Chelsea a few miles down the road, and we haven’t seen any percipitation to speak of. 🙂

  2. John Talbot says:

    Sooo , how many are doubting 3340s outlook & forecast now ? Thats o.k. , go on and watch those “others” that don’t have a clue about our wx . The ones of us that know whats happening will stay right here and keep on knowing “the truth” . Applaus and hats off to abc 3340 wx team !!

  3. Rusty says:

    JOhn ,You are correct… As mentioned… James and the Gang here at ABC 33/40 will do one thing.. they will not follow those other channels and go with climatology… they make predictions based on the most updated and current weather info instead of getting it off the wire… Great Job Gang… Keep it up and GOd Bless….

  4. Julie says:

    Precipitation, excuse my typo!

  5. Brett Adair (Sylacauga) says:

    We had this batch of sleet roll through here about an hour or so ago. Did have some accums slightly on the car as the band developed. New band is south of town currently producing some light to moderate sleet across Coosa County.

  6. Laura says:

    ABC 33/40 is the only source I trust for an accurate weather forcast.

  7. Rusty says:

    Well it is now 2241 and the RH is at 73% and the Temperature has droped to 27.5 degrees and the winds have picked up and we ahve a currnt wind chill factor of 10.3 with a 12.9 MPH wind out of the NE..

  8. Vic Bell says:

    How did you come up with 10.3° from those numbers? That’s way too low. I come up with 16.7° using the new formula. http://www.srh.noaa.gov/elp/wxcalc/windchill.shtml

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