1am Storm Update
– Late Night Storm Update –
After 12 hours of dealing with a storm that has behaved very poorly… why should things be any different now? As the frontal energy reaches the coast… we’re seeing snow enhance once again over the HV. This likely won’t last too long, but could pad accumulations just a bit (an extra coating to 2 inches). Roads will be snow covered and slick… so if you can stay off the roads, it’s probably a good idea. We’ll see temperatures climb into the mid 30s on Sunday… which will give everyone a chance to clean up before the deep freeze returns. Have a safe night… and stay warm.
Looking to Sunday…
After the storm that threw us several curve balls exits the area… we’ll see one of the nicest days we’ve seen this month. The sad part is… it will still be below normal. But it will be above freezing… and that counts for something. Temps will climb into the mid 30s… and if we get enough sun, (hold onto your hats) possibly even the upper 30s.
Make sure you get out and clean up anything that needs cleaning on Sunday. With temps near or above freezing, it’s a good day to clear the snow that just fell, as well as some of the snow and ice from previous storms that have been irritating you. That’s because Sunday night and Monday we plunge back into the freezer. Don’t enjoy Sunday’s warmth too much… because here are your projected afternoon temperatures for Monday…
For complete details on the next 5 days… please check out the HVW 5 Day Forecast.
Also… take a look at the top of the home page… we’ve got a 12 hour radar loop for quick, easy access to the local radar. So if you’re in a rush, you can grab a quick glimpse of what’s heading toward the HV. There is also a tab above the radar that you can toggle to, called “24 Hour Forecast”. We now have a breakdown of the next 24 hours: Morning (6am-12pm), Afternoon (12pm-6pm), Evening (6pm-midnight) and Overnight (midnight- 6am). This is to break the day down into smaller pieces, to help you better plan your day. We hope you like it… and find it useful.