Good Tuesday to one and all. A weak band of light snow and flurries will continue to push across southern parts of the region early Tuesday. This could cause slicks spots to develop in a few areas. As this one moves out, I’m watching the potential for a few more snow-makers to swing through.
Better conditions push in Tuesday afternoon, with a mix of sun and clouds and highs in the low 30s for many areas. Wednesday looks to be the best day of the week, with a mix of sun and clouds and highs of 40 to 45 degrees.
The next clipper looks to arrive a little quicker Thursday. It might get in here in time to start as a period of freezing rain in the north and east. That would change to rain by the afternoon and evening and then over to light snow Thursday night and Friday morning.
The bigger system appears to be on target for Super Bowl weekend. The European Model shows snow for the entire state:
The European Ensembles show a similar idea:
Again, we aren’t focusing on any one run of any one model. Just watch the overall trends and how the storm system keeps showing up. It’s nowhere near a slam dunk from this far out, but it certainly should have our attention.
Let’s get back to tracking Tuesday’s weather:
Have a great day and take care.