WEAKER SUNDAY NIGHT CLIPPER
Another fast moving clipper system passes through Sunday night into Monday morning, reigniting another chance for occasional snow showers and flurries through that timeframe. Accumulations will be minor, if any, and remain under a half of an inch. Monday skies partially clear a bit into the afternoon hours. Highs likely occur late morning to early afternoon before another arctic air mass rushes in. The good news: it looks like they’ll rise above the freezing mark! It turns quite breezy though, with gusts to 25 and 30 miles per hour possible. Wind chill values feel like the twenties and teens through the day.
YET ANOTHER ARCTIC BLAST
Another arctic air mass comes rushing in Monday evening through early Tuesday morning! By Tuesday morning, the cold settles in, with lows near 0 degrees! Afternoon highs are in the teens. Wednesday morning lows could drop a little below zero for some, making for another brutally cold start. Highs are in the teens again. There’s plenty of cold sunshine both days.
We’ll have to wait until Thursday and Friday for some slight moderation to take place, but even then highs are still below seasonable averages! Friday, we’re at least close to, if not at, the freezing mark in many spots. There’s a chance for some flurries late Thursday through Thursday night. Skies clear out just in time for Friday. Saturday our next storm system heads this way, and right now it looks like a wintry mix changing over to rain. It could stall to our south, meaning a few showers linger for Super Bowl Sunday. Highs could be near seasonable averages on Sunday too.
Have a great week!