Wintery Weather on the way. How long will we stay cold? What are the real snow chances?


Today an Arctic cold front is coming through and will drop temps through Monday. Highs will be 20s and 30s for the most part the next several days. Sunday we will be cold and windy too!

 

We should see some rain showers today. These change to snow in the Higher terrain in western areas.

 

Cold conditions tomorrow and Saturday with highs struggling to the 30s, some low to mid 40s in the south.

 

Saturday will have an increase in clouds and snow showers or even a period of light snow is possible Saturday night. This may whiten the ground in many areas that have not see any accumulating snows this year. Mountains will see the most accumulations. There is a chance that the system will start to energize on the coast and cause a more sustained snow in eastern areas, especially NE Maryland and Delaware.

 

Cold and windy conditions Sunday and Less windy but still cold Monday.

 

Another storm system approaches Tuesday and timing seems to have more to do with whether we see a mix or just rain at the onset. Despite this, at this time, all signs point to more liquid than frozen precipitation.

 

With the pattern changing a bit a milder pattern is looking more likely later next week into next weekend. Some opposition on this by some models, but it appears this is pretty likely.

 

All from Jimmy now!