Tuesday Evening Update

Good evening, everyone. It’s cold and getting colder. Frigid temps continue to push into the region and we are still tracking snow showers and flurries. As a matter of fact, we may see an increase in the action this evening into early Wednesday.

Lake Michigan moisture gets involved in the flow and this usually means an uptick in snow showers. Watch for some local light accumulations that can cause some slick spots to develop…

Lows tonight will drop deep into the teens with a wind chill nearing single digits at times. Ouch.

Highs tomorrow range from the upper 20s to low 30s with a mix of sun and clouds. Leftover flakes are possible for some.

Thursday morning temps can get way down into the low and middle teens for many. The GFS is more mid and upper teens…

The Canadian even shows some single digits, but is likely too cold…

As you can see, this cold goes all the way into Florida.

Temps climb later Thursday into Friday and should hit the 50s to end the week. That comes with a wet price as showers move back in.

Those showers are ahead of a cold front that brings a quick cold shot for Saturday, and that could be complete with some snowflakes…

Highs on Saturday will be upper 30s to low 40s for most areas.

Milder winds will blow on Sunday with a return of the 50s. Most of the region will hit 60 by Monday as a cold front drops in from the north. That should bring some gusty showers our way…

The models are now keeping that front just to our north, allowing for the milder air to win the fight into the middle of next week. That may set the stage for a fairly potent storm system. Here’s the European…

The GFS has more of a severe weather look…

It’s early, but let’s hope the milder signal for next week is something that comes to fruition!

Enjoy the evening and take care.


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8 Responses to Tuesday Evening Update

  1. TONEY says:

    this has been a winter or should i say non-winter that seemed to have most mets baffled from the start….correct me if i am wrong……..lets bring on warm weather, baseball, apple pie and hot dogs.

  2. Terry says:

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.washingtonpost.com/amphtml/news/capital-weather-gang/wp/2017/03/14/this-is-why-tuesdays-blizzard-was-a-total-dud-in-new-york-city/

    Although not to compare to our lousy winter, I can see why people along the NE coast are complaining as the storm moved about 30 miles west causing a “bust” compared to the forewarned blizzard predicted.

    In reality, I don’t think the models are much better now aproaching the year 2020 than they were in 2000. What makes a good meteorologist like CB is being able to interpret and apply reasoning beyond what models show by analyzing data trends and historical outcomes from prior similar weather events.

    Models are just models!…thoughts…

  3. Claudette says:

    Let’s go milder signal!!!! You can do it!!!

    • Terry says:

      I long for those warm Jan/Feb days! Although one would normally think this aforementioned statement shouldn’t make sence, I actually long for those warm winter days now since no real snow is coming any time soon!

  4. Tom says:

    Currently on Mount Washington…heavy snow and winds gusting to 102. I saw winds earlier of 114. Some people get all the fun!

  5. Rhonda says:

    Ok. That’s it. I give up. I’m SICK of this back and forth weather and never having any snow come to fruition, but always bowing down to the milder weather. I will never want winter or snow again.This is it for me. Global warming is winning the fight. Shew. Now I feel better and will be shuffling off my soapbox. Goodnight to all.

  6. Sue(Flatwoods, ky) says:

    We had a good snow squall come through abt an hr or so ago. Roads turned white. 10 mins away there was nothing.

  7. c-BIV says:

    Well, we just had a 15 minute burst of snow in East Louisville that put down one-tenth of an inch lol.

    This officially puts the season snowfall in Eastwood at an even 3″!!! Woo hoo…

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