Watching The End Of The Week

Good Monday, everyone. Our new week is off and running on a frigid note as we look toward a system late this week. This is a storm system that will likely roll right on top of us before transferring energy to a storm along the eastern seaboard.

Let’s begin with today and look ahead. Temps are in the low and mid teens to begin the day with a few single digits showing up in the cold valleys. For many, this is the coldest air we have had since back in early NOVEMBER! That’s absolutely amazing when you stop and thing about it.

Wind chills this morning will be near zero at times. Highs warm into the mid 20s to low 30s with gusty winds making it feel colder. A few flurries and light snow showers may continue on our strong northwesterly flow…

Our late week storm system is likely to roll right on top of us before giving way to a storm along the east coast. This setup generally brings rain that can end as some snow. This will be a pretty slow moving storm that impacts our weather from late Thursday through Sunday.

Slight variations with the track and intensity of the system are showing up with the models…

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This is literally the only thing we have to track over the next week and that’s what we shall do. I will have updates later today, so check back. Make it a great MLK Day and take care.


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18 Responses to Watching The End Of The Week

  1. Feederband says:

    Got some flurries yesterday and it’s frigid this morning. Done with winter.

  2. JimB says:

    Well, winter lovers, today enjoy what will now be called an anomaly in this part of the country….as for the late week system….. seeing green, so ….

  3. Schroeder says:

    Thanks Chris for all your hard work. We will all just have to except that this Winter is a no show and hope maybe we will have a storm to talk about in a week or so. Have a great day everyone.

    • feederband says:

      Winter’s not over by a long shot. Snow will probably come in February and March. I think that the seasons, as we see them according to the calendar, are changing. Eventually, January may be summer in the distant future.

  4. Matt says:

    This winter we haven’t even had the week out fantasy storms.. truly remarkable. Things can change in a hurry though, we’ll probably get a thumper in March!

  5. Winterlover says:

    It doesn’t have to snow to be a winter. When it’s down in the teens its winter in my book. As far snow it’s gonna be matter of time it show back up. Just let mother nature run its course.

  6. Mike S says:

    At least it feels like winter lately. I even have a dusting on the ground.

  7. Joe T says:

    I want winter in December January and February. I have zero desire for winter weather past March 1st. Alas, that’s what will happen. 33 degree rain thru the entire month of March and a late arrival of spring. No thanks.

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