Good Tuesday to one and all. Our winter pattern continues to throw snow chances at us, with a few more rounds of snow showers showing up today. While we may catch a break this weekend, March continues to look colder than normal.
A strong northwesterly wind flow will bring an increase in snow showers our there today. A few snow squalls may get into the mix, putting down some quick inch amounts. You can see that well on the Hi Res NAM:
Here’s regional radar to track the action:
The cold air hangs tough through Wednesday, with a slightly milder setup settling in for Thursday. This may lead us into another system for Friday. The GFS is bringing the chance for rain and snow:
Much milder air then moves in here to end the weekend and start next week, but another cold shot then comes in here by the middle of next week. That shows up well on the GFS Ensembles:
The European Model also has that transition back to cold, and it comes with a storm system: