Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Weather Blog
The relatively weak, moisture-starved, Pacific front will be crossing our area within the next couple of hours.
Clouds will be on the increase tonight out ahead of our next front.
The snow has begun across much of the region and more light to moderate snow showers can be expected throughout the day.
Nudging the high up to around 54° today given the fact that we have already surpassed 50°.
An East Coast storm has brought messy weather to our neighborhood this morning.
What a messy Saturday!
The trend for today will be to dry out.
High pressure will control the weather across our region through tonight and then move off the East Coast by tomorrow.
Mild air will stick around for another 24 hours, then we will really see changes coming.
A band of slowly moving showers will continue to press west to east across the are this afternoon bringing us mainly light rainfall or sprinkles.
There is a tremendous amount of warm and humid air along the Atlantic Seaboard this morning, and its just waiting to be tapped into by a potent cold front approaching from the west.
As a warm front slowly lifts north of the region, we will continue to deal wiLl plenty of clouds & limited sunshine.