Here comes the colder air… FINALLY! When will it snow? Do not be surprised to see sleet and snow mixed with rain far east Thursday night. Maybe a more significant system Monday.. will it stay snow?
Summary: Crazy winter has been so warm, but a turn to colder is happening today as an arctic front has pushed through. Temps will fall and tomorrow highs will be in the 30s to lower 40s. But this is not a sticking colder than normal pattern, just seasonal so we moderate to the 40s the rest of the week into the weekend. A storm system will approach from the south Monday and precip very well could begin as snow or a mix. Will it stay wintry? Right now, odds are against it. The upper pattern is not allowing cold to be forced to stick around, so it will get scoured out unless a block appears that I do not see. Now after this system, there are ** SIGNS ** of a possible negative NAO which would be the first time since October! We will see as this has been advertised before. Seasonal cold looks like it will remain at least.
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