Getting back into the swing of things here on the blog!
I have had a few graphics issues...so this post will be brief, but I promise a bigger one tomorrow ;)
I did have an extended video blog you can check on on facebook:
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Overall, we have 2 storm systems this week to monitor.
1) Monday night
2) Late Thursday
Monday night's look like a typical wave of rain...may some thunder. This looks to be a late afternoon/nightttime event.
Early Tuesday, the cold air does seem to want to catch up to the rain sheild enough that a small snow changeover seems reasonable. But looks brief.
Just how cold/dry we become Wed/Thu will set the stage for the Thursday night/Friday event.
This will be an overunning type setup. If are have low enough dewpoints early Friday, the temps may fall just as the rain starts in the morning. That could lead to a freezing rain setup for a brief period before the warming takes over for all rain Friday. But this is nearly impossible to say with confidence as we have to nail the wed/thu high temps/moisture content first before even getting worried about Friday morning. The margin of error for the cold air to be deeper (aka more snow) and or shallower (aka all rain) is there. So no need to worry on this one yet.
Check out the video blog for more on what is likely to happen AFTER the Thursday storm.