Good Friday to one and all. We have frigid temps and snow flurries taking over out there today. This is kicking off a weekend that will feature another system to close things out by later Sunday.
Highs today will be in the mid and upper 20s, but gusty winds will make it feel like the teens all day. A few snow flurries will be noted this morning, with some rays of sun this afternoon.
Lows by Saturday morning will drop into the middle teens for many. Afternoon sunshine will help temps hit the freezing mark.
The next system moving in here by late Sunday into Monday could bring a bit of a wintry mix across the northern parts of the region. While this is a west-east moving system, it’s going just a little farther north to give us much in the way of true winter weather.
The NAM shows much of the winter weather to our north, but does have some frozen stuff across northern areas of the state:
The next item up for bids is an arctic front slated to arrive by the middle of next week:
That will likely have a system along it that can bring winter weather to our part of the world. Behind it…. B to the RR. 🙂
Have a great Friday and take care.