FROM METEOROLOGIST MERRY PERRY
UPDATE: Tuesday 11am
Did you enjoy the temps and sunshine yesterday? Great News! Today will be relatively the same as far as temps are concerned. Highs today in the mid-low 50′s for most areas. Sunshine will be present but likely in intervals as we’ll expect times of more clouds than sun as well! Enjoy today! Old Man Winter returns tonight for the next couple days and some wintry precip isn’t out of the question! See below for more details from Chief Meteorologist Spencer Denton.
FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST SPENCER DENTON
THE WEEK AHEAD: I think we stay dry and cool through Tuesday afternoon with increasing clouds ahead of the next system by sunset on Tuesday. It looks like a major change in the weather pattern this week with a blast of arctic air by Wednesday. Temps will plummet into the teens for lows by Thursday morning, then we start a gradual warming trend into the weekend.
LIGHT SNOW LATE TUESDAY: There is a potential for some light snow between midnight and 7am Wednesday, but it should not amount to a whole lot. Only the GFS model (above) is showing a little accumulation (up to an inch or so). Other forecast models keep us mainly dry. For now, I’m forecasting a few showers Tuesday night ending as a few snow showers Wednesday morning. It will be spotty, so some won’t see anything while others see a snow shower or two. I will keep an eye on any changes but it doesn’t look like a big deal as of now. Check out the lows from our Baron forecast model on Wednesday morning below and remember…it will be even colder when you head out the door Thursday morning.
HEADING INTO THE WEEKEND: After a brief arctic blast, temps will rise back into the 50’s for highs over the weekend with lows in the 30’s and 40’s. The next chance for rain and a few storms arrives early next week.
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