Last week we of course had a real taste of winter with some areas of the county seeing over 6 inches or more of snow.
As we continue to move through this Monday we will see clouds continue to increase throughout the day. Rain chances start to creep up very late this evening but most of the rain comes though during the overnight.
Today is going to be a very pleasant day with sunny skies and we will see a high of around 63º
Yesterday certainly came as a shock to many of us in the fields of Meteorology and Forecasting fields as this system did something the models weren't expecting and that was slow down and almost stop. A new low developed in the system pumping in more moisture.
Just a quick update as we move into the evening hours. The system is showing signs of slowing down in the mountians. That does impact a few things for us. Especially the timing.
The much anticipated time is approaching for the county as snow is on the way. I will be providing a lot of information in this blog today so please read all the way to the end.
We are now just about 36-48 hours away from seeing the chance of some snow here in the county. The models continue to show the likelihood of snow falling here in the county. They continue to disagree on how much accumulation we could see.
As we move closer to late Tuesday & early Wednesday snow chances continue to remain in the forecast. However, I am seeing some difference in the models. There is a difference in track and possible accumulation between the models.
In last nights 5 day forecast I gave us a 30% chance of seeing some snow Tuesday night and into the overnight hours on Wednesday. The models are continuing to show those chances this morning..
Good Friday Morning! As we begin to enter the weekend we will do so with a bang as thunderstorms are likely this afternoon and evening. The worst part may come during the evening commute. The Storms Prediction Center has us under a General Thunderstorm Risk.