An upper level trough was located over the northern and central Appalachians early this morning, but the presence of colder air aloft will have only a modest impact on today’s temperatures.
We will finish off the weekend nicely with high pressure in control.
The big storm edging slowly off the East Coast continues to spiral precipitation back across our region.
teady rain, heavy at times will continue this evening and into the first part of tonight.
A cold front out to our west continues to push towards our region. It’s best that we cover for a shower until the front comes through tonight.
Well, cold air has arrived across the viewing area, erasing the warmth from Saturday.
Could we be in for more snow next week? It’s a possibility.
Wow… what a gorgeous day we have had this Saturday, with plenty of sunshine and highs reaching in the low 60s for many of us!
We still have a week to go within the shortest month of the year, but we have already seen a pretty large variety of harsh weather.
We have a rather nice, quiet period of weather through Monday. We’ll see the chance for a few flurries in the city this evening, but they won’t amount to anything.
We’ve got one more storm Monday night into Tuesday morning to get through in this very active winter pattern and then we get a well deserved break!
Clouds will begin to clear out late Sunday night into Monday morning. Behind this light snowfall event we will have another shot of cold air which will linger over the viewing area from Monday through Wednesday.