No big changes to the forecast except to tweak the sky cover to allow for more clouds than we originally had. Soundings and satellite data already show a good deal of mid level clouds and moisture that will be in place by sunrise across the area and it looks like a steady stream of mid level moisture most of the day….at least for the first half of the day. There will probably be more in the way of intervals of sun by the afternoon as the deepest mid level moisture pushes off to our east. We then should see more clearing Sunday night and a calm day Monday but chilly with high pressure and sunshine in control.
We made some adjustments to Tuesday as the global models start to come into a better consensus with a quick moving low pressure system skirting by to the south Tuesday and Tuesday night….this will be a weak low that is a quick moving….so we expect a quick hitting warm advection type precip. event with an 8-12 hour window of rain (wet snow mixed in, esp. N and NW) on Tuesday into the first half of Tuesday night as the wave of low pressure slides by to the south.