A little more rain arrives

Good Wednesday to one and all. We have another weak system dropping into the region, bringing a touch of shower action in here. This won’t last very long as it continues to be part of our overall busy pattern that threatens to turn much colder.

Let’s begin with today and roll forward. Some fog will be with us early as showers move in from the southwest. This is very light action, but there is the chance for a little thunder in the southeast. Here are your tracking tools:

Colder air comes into play for Thursday and Friday ahead of our weekend system. This cold air may hang tough enough for the precipitation to begin as some frozen stuff. That would go over to gusty showers with an embedded rumble of thunder ahead of our front. As the front goes through, temps crash and we watch for a little bit of snow on the backside:

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That’s some very cold air coming in behind it, with the next system coming in with a snow threat early next week. The Ensembles have been showing these cold blasts very well and the operational models are on board:

I’m not sure this pattern completely locks in, but I do see a pattern with much colder blasts of air. Can we get some snow? For the first time this winter, the Euro Weeklies are actually hitting at some snow around here. This is the forecast from the next 40 days:

Obviously, that’s ONLY designed to show trends and is not intended to show specific totals. Still, it offers winter weather lovers some hope.

Have a wonderful Wednesday and take care.

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