Thursday, January 29, 2015

Thursday Afternoon Quick Update

Still looks like 1-3 inches tonight and the possibility of a more significant storm Sunday night into Monday and possibly again Wednesday night into Thursday.

Thursday, January 29, 2015 - Morning Weather Discussion

Coldest morning of the winter in some locations this morning…

Right now the temperature is 1 degree at my location.  This is the coldest it has been so far this winter.

A weak storm system will approach today from the west, causing light snow to develop between 7 pm and 10 pm from west to east.  The snow will end between 1 pm and 3 pm on Friday afternoon.  Total accumulations will be 1- 3 inches. 

Saturday will be nice but cold with lows in the low to mid single digits and highs around 20.

Sunday a storm system will approach from the Southeastern United States.  This storm will have the potential to bring us significant accumulations of snow late on Sunday night through the day on Monday, depending on how far north the storm comes.  There is a small chance that that storm could miss us to the south and east, but I do think a significant accumulation of snow is likely with this storm.  The snow should start between 10 pm and midnight on Sunday night and end between 4 pm and 7 pm on Monday.

Tuesday should then be nice but very cold with low around zero and highs around 20.

Then for the middle to end of next week there is a chance of one or two storm systems developing along the East Coast that would bring us chances for snow.  At the moment however, I am not able to determine exactly when or if these storms will actually threaten us.  They could occur anytime between next Wednesday and next Saturday morning, so I introduced variably cloudy skies with chances for snow from Wednesday through next Saturday morning. 

We should then have nice weather next Sunday and Monday before the next chance of snow arrives next Wednesday.   

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Thursday, January 29, 2015 - Look at the Next 2 Weeks

TODAY – increasing cloudiness, light snow developing between 7 pm and 10 pm from west to east, high in the upper 20’s to low 30’s

TOMORROW – light snow, ending between 1 pm and 3 pm, total accumulation of 1-3 inches likely, low in the mid to upper 20’s, high in the low 30’s

SATURDAY – mostly sunny, low in the low to mid single digits, high in the upper teens to low 20’s

SUNDAY – increasing cloudiness, chance of snow developing between 10 pm and midnight, low in the mid to upper single digits, high in the mid to upper 20’s

MONDAY – chance of snow, ending between 4 pm and 7 pm, low in the mid to upper single digits, high in the mid to upper teens

TUESDAY – mostly sunny, low around zero, high in the upper teens to low 20’s

WEDNESDAY – variably cloudy, chance of snow, low in the mid to upper single digits, high in the low 30’s

NEXT THURSDAY – variably cloudy, chance of snow, low in the mid to upper teens, high in the low 30’s

NEXT FRIDAY – variably cloudy, chance of snow, low in the mid to upper single digits, high in the mid 20’s

NEXT SATURDAY – variably cloudy, chance of snow in the morning, low in the mid to upper single digits, high in the upper teens to low 20’s

NEXT SUNDAY – mostly sunny, low in the mid to upper single digits, high in the mid 20’s

NEXT MONDAY – mostly sunny, low in the upper single digits to low teens, high in the upper 20’s

NEXT TUESDAY – chance of snow, low in the low to mid teens, high in the low 30’s

NEXT WEDNESDAY – mostly sunny, low in the upper teens to low 20’s, high in the mid 30’s

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Wednesday, January 28, 2015 Evening Weather Discussion

More snow on the way...

First though it will get very cold tomorrow morning with lows in the single digits.

Clouds will increase tomorrow as a weak storm system approaches from the west. This will cause light snow to develop between 7 pm and 10 pm and continuing until around 1-2 pm on Friday afternoon. Total accumulations are likely to be 1-3 inches.

Saturday will then be very cold with lows in the single digits and highs only in the upper teens.

Sunday clouds will increase again as a storm system approaches from the Southeastern United States. This will will bring us a chance for snow to develop around 10 pm on Sunday night, continuing until Monday evening. There is a chance this storm could be a bit more significant than the one tomorrow night but there is also a chance this storm could remain to our south.  I believe this storm will come far enough north to give us some significant snow on Monday but we will just have to wait and see.

It will then get very cold with lows again in the single digits and highs struggling to reach 20.

Then another storm will approach for next Thursday, possibly developing into a Nor'easter and threatening our area with more snow. Again though, we will have to wait and see if the storm makes it close enough to affect our area.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015 - Morning Weather Discussion

We missed the big one, but a lot more snow may very well be on the way...

We should have nice but cold weather through tomorrow morning with lows dropping to near zero tomorrow morning.

A weak storm system will approach from the west tomorrow, causing light snow to develop between 7 pm and 10 pm and continuing until around noon on Friday. 1-2 inches of accumulation are possible.

Then Saturday should be nice but cold with lows around zero and highs only in the upper teens.

Sunday another storm system will approach our area, this time from the southeast. This will bring us more snow starting between 5 pm and 7 pm on Sunday and ending between 4 pm and 7 pm on Monday. Significant accumulations are possible with this storm.

Tuesday should then be nice but cold with lows around zero and highs in the upper teens.

Next Wednesday we should have increasing cloudiness as another storm storm system approaches from the southeast. This one could turn into a Nor'easter and will bring us a chance of more snow next Thursday and Friday, possibly ending next Saturday morning.

Next Saturday through Monday should then be nice before another storm approaches for next Tuesday, this time with a chance of rain or snow as it may warm up a bit.

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Wednesday, January 28, 2015 - Look at the Next 2 Weeks

TODAY – mostly sunny, high in the mid to upper 20’s

TOMORROW – increasing cloudiness, light snow developing between 7 pm and 10 pm, and continuing overnight, low around zero, high in the upper 20’s to low 30’s

FRIDAY – light snow ending around noon, accumulations of about 1-2 inches likely, low in the upper 20’s to low 30’s, high in the low 30’s

SATURDAY – mostly sunny, low around zero, high in the upper teens

SUNDAY – increasing cloudiness, snow developing between 5 pm and 7 pm and continuing overnight, low in the mid to upper single digits,  high in the mid to upper 20’s

MONDAY – snow ending between 4 pm and 7 pm, significant accumulations possible, low in the low to mid 20’s, high in the low to mid 20’s

TUESDAY – mostly sunny, low around zero, high in the upper teens

NEXT WEDNESDAY – increasing cloudiness, low in the mid to upper single digits, high in the upper 20’s to low 30’s

NEXT THURSDAY – chance of snow, low in the low to mid 20’s, high in the mid 30’s

NEXT FRIDAY – chance of snow, low in the mid to upper teens, high in the mid 20’s

NEXT SATURDAY – chance of snow ending in the morning, then clearing, low in the mid to upper single digits, high around 20

NEXT SUNDAY – mostly sunny, low in the mid to upper single digits, high in the mid 20’s

NEXT MONDAY – mostly sunny, low around 10, high in the upper 20’s to low 30’s

NEXT TUESDAY – chance of rain or snow, low in the upper teens, high in the mid 30’s

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Tuesday, January 27, 2015 - Evening Weather Discussion

We may have missed the big one, but it looks as if a lot more snow may be on the way over the next two weeks...

I think the moral to the story is that if you want a blizzard, move to New England. They seem to get every one that we miss. Anyway, moving forward...

It will get very cold tomorrow morning with lows dropping to the single digits, but it should otherwise be nice through Thursday afternoon.

Thursday night into Friday morning a weak storm system will approach from the west that will likely bring us an inch or two of snow Thursday night into Friday morning.

Then a more important storm is likely to approach from the Southeastern United States on Sunday night.  This storm is likely to bring us a snowfall similar to the one of last Saturday for this coming Sunday night into Monday morning.

Then it will get very cold again and then a Nor'easter may form for next Thursday that could bring us yet another significant snowfall.

Then one more storm may bring us some snow next Saturday.

So, we didn't get the big one today but we may end up with that much snow on the ground by the end of the two-week period.

Join me in the morning for the latest.

High Probability of a Significant Snowstorm Sunday Night into Monday

We will likely get an inch or two of snow Thursday night into Friday morning, then there is a high probability of a significant snowstorm Sunday night into Monday. Probably similar in nature to the one last Saturday. Then there may be another snowstorm next Thursday and Friday.

More later with the evening weather discussion.