Well, after debating for days as to the amount of snow or would it be cold enough in some regions, the questions were answered! Not much snow in Northern VA, but Maryland and southern PA ended up with a nice amount – My map from yesterday should have had some shifts north, some staying the same, and totals a bit lower from the higher end. All in all, I busted about 1 – 2 inches south and maybe 1 – 2 inches north.
Today we will clear and see temps cold in the 30’s north to around 50 in the south. I lost the highlights of how warm it was southern regions where highs soared to the 70’s yesterday.
Cool/cold temps will continue tomorrow as temps will warm a bit to low and mid 50s south and lower 40’s north.
Thursday we will see temps a bit warmer still with highs in the 40s and 50s with some 60s in South VA and NC. Rain chances will also increase and be welcome in the region as brush fires and dry weather have been issues for the last week and a half. No frozen precipitation looks to fall from this round except for the north half of NJ and North half of PA.
We will look to yet another chance of rain Sunday into Monday. That one will have a variety of weather from about the PA/MD border northward.
Of note the other interesting part of what we will see is a chance for Severe weather in the middle part of he nation. SPC is outlining slight risk. This will become more common as the air masses collide in the middle part of the country!
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All for now!