The developing area of low pressure off the SE Coast is on the move towards the NNE. It’ll stay offshore, but it will get a little closer to our area than we originally expected. This means more moisture that’ll pour into the very cold atmosphere that’s over our area. So, by tomorrow morning, we’re expecting quite a bit of accumulated snow. WEATHER PATTERN Here’s the hour-by-hour walk through: this evening…wintry weather filters into the area. Expect more-so snow for inland areas, but a wintry mix and a chilly rain for areas near the…
Today is fairly quiet, but snow moves in tonight into tomorrow. Blizzard Warnings are up for part of the area.
Snowfall accumulations of 4 to 6 inches are possible by Thursday morning.
The latest trends are for most snow to fall in the region.
Cold and dry today. Chance for accumulating snow Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
Accumulating snow is looking more likely for Wed – Thu.
Cold, Dry, And windy conditions today. Possibly some snow Thursday morning. Stay tuned!
Tracking a stretch of cold days – well below average. Some minor snow accumulations possible Wednesday night.
A series of BELOW FREEZING days will start tomorrow
Tracking slightly milder temperatures into the start of the weekend, but the warm-up will be short-lived.
Tracking a cold end to 2017 AND a cold start to 2018.
Low Wind Chill Values for Thursday… No Big Warm-Up in Sight.
Tracking cooler-than-average temperatures for the final week of 2017!
Much colder today rain showers. Cold, dry, and windy on Christmas Day. Cold air remains for a few days.
Very warm today, but a huge drop in temperatures arrives by tomorrow.