Snow and Cold for Monday

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Periods of light snow, moderate at times, tapers through the morning.





Snow totals continue to shift south with a more southerly storm track.

On and off mix of rain, sleet, and snow continues into the early evening hours before transitioning to all snow through the rest of the evening. The precipitation is intermittent to start, but overnight a resurgence of light to moderate snow still looks to work into the area. This is courtesy of the low pressure system we’ve been talking about from days that races here from the west. Track continues to be a concern here. The more southern track continues to look like the best solution with multiple rounds of data supporting it. Even still, there is some indication that it can dive even farther south, so be prepared for that possibility. Totals will continue to move south too should this pan out. Regardless, the way things stand now, light to moderate snow wraps up from northwest to southeast from mid to late morning. Then it’s just plain cold for Monday afternoon with some clearing. Temperatures fall into the 20s by midnight, and continue to fall into the upper teens to lower 20s through the morning. They don’t budge much through the afternoon. Northerly breezes add an extra chill in the air, bringing wind chill values into the teens and even single digits at times.




March continues its unseasonably cold start, with a continuance of the arctic air through the middle of the week. Frigid lows and highs in the 20s are expected for Tuesday and Wednesday.




Thursday we look to peak near 30 degrees. We’ve got our eyes on Friday; models have been indicating some coastal activity for awhile now, but whether or not it amounts to something for us has yet to be seen. One storm at a time! The weekend looks milder.



Have a great week!

-Andrea Michaels