Good Saturday, everyone. Our Day is starting out on a very soggy note, but some better times are on the way late today into early Sunday. Unfortunately, that’s not going to last long as another system sweeps in here tomorrow night. That will unleash another cold spell for our region.
Let’s begin with today and roll ahead. Gusty rains are common through the middle of the day, but a drier wind will blow this afternoon. Here are your radars to do some Saturday rain tracking:
The next system is still slated to arrive later Sunday and Sunday night. Temps hit the 60s ahead of this system on a gusty southwesterly wind. Gusty showers roll through here Sunday evening with a rapid temp crash to follow. That means a period of light snow and flurries late Sunday night into Monday morning. A cold northwesterly wind means a few flakes may fly through Monday evening.
Temps behind this are COLD. Highs stay in the 30s for much of next week, but gusty winds make it feel even colder.
The models are all over the place with how to handle all the cold air and storm systems working across the country. The late Tuesday-Wednesday weak system has the look of a upper level system dropping in from the northwest. Watch how the Euro brings light snow in here:
Another northwesterly flow system tries to show up later in the week:
That should be followed by a bigger storm system at some point next weekend.
The pattern as we head into early December continues to look very cold for much of the country, especially in the eastern half:
Have a great day and take care.