Good Saturday, everyone. Our weekend is off and running with temps slowly climbing out of the deep freeze, but I do have a little change for Sunday. A shower or two now looks to develop ahead of a bigger system coming in here early next week.
Let’s begin with today and move forward. Temps are in the teens this morning before warming into the mid and upper 40s this afternoon. A few clouds will be on the increase.
Sunday is milder, but a sneaky system brings a few late day showers into play, especially in the north and east:
Temps continue to climb Monday and Tuesday, but with a wet price. Showers and a few storms move in ahead of a potent cold front. There’s a lot of cold air coming in behind this and we will need to watch for a second system pushing through a few days later. That one could be a winter weather maker.
Here’s the GFS with the setup:
The European Model has a colder push of air and keeps any possible system well to our south:
Regardless, this is a very cold setup coming in behind that, but it’s not going to stick around very long. Odds favor some wild swings through the rest of the month. Check out the Euro Ensembles temperature deviations from normal: