Here is a quick look at our week ahead, it looks both cold and potentially stormy. The timeframe to watch is from Wednesday night into early Friday, for what may be a two part, long duration snow event. With the very cold arctic airmass in place, it won’t take much moisture to squeeze out a significant snowfall. Still a lot of time between us and this storm, so the details are of course cloudy at best, so at this point its best to be aware of this potential winter storm and also be prepared for a bitterly cold start to 2014. We will begin in-depth updates on this storm either very late tonight or early tomorrow, once the latest data is available, at this point there is no reason to start hyping it up just yet.
•Monday-Cloudy start with a chance of morning snow squalls, otherwise sunny, much colder and breezy with NW winds gusting up to 20mph. Highs between 25-29 degrees,wind chills in the teens and single digits
•Monday Night– Clear and cold with lows between 6-10 degrees
•Tuesday– Partly cloudy, chance of flurries, highs between 27-30 degrees
•Tuesday Night– Partly cloudy lows between 12-15 degrees
•Wednesday– Partly Cloudy chance of snow late, cold highs between 22-25 degrees
•Wednesday Night– Chance of light snow,light accumulations possible, cold lows between 14-17 degrees
•Thursday-Chance of light snow in the morning with the chance of moderate snow for the afternoon, accumulations possible
•Thursday Night– Chance of snow, cold with lows between 9-11 degrees accumulations possible
•Friday-Chance of light snow early, partly cloudy and very cold with highs between 13-16 degrees
Look for a deep dive into this storm potential tomorrow, have a great night!