Watching an active pattern

Good Friday everyone. We’ve made it to the end of the week, and our run of nice weather continues. That will change as we get into the weekend, as clouds and scattered showers move in. This kicks off a very busy weather pattern that will carry us into next week.

Plenty of sun will be noted today, with temps making a run toward 50 degrees.  All that will change as an area of low pressure works across  the northern Ohio Valley on Saturday. Scattered showers will spread eastward during the day, and a few of these will hang around into Sunday.

Temps will be in the low 50s ahead of this system, with colder air filtering in by late Sunday.

The next system to affect our weather is expected to move in by Monday night and Tuesday. Low pressure should develop just to our east and southeast, and that gives us a colder look and feel. Rain or light snow will be possible from this storm. Here’s a look at the GFS Ensemble Mean:

The exact track of this system will be the main factor in determining exactly how much rain or snow we get around here.

There’s already another storm system showing up behind that one, and it should arrive by next Thursday. That one is expected to unleash  a lot of the very cold air that’s been bottled up in Canada:

That’s what the European Model is showing for the weekend leading into Christmas. Brrr! Let’s see if we can get it to bring some of the white stuff along for the ride.

Make it a great Friday and take care.

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