Good evening, folks. We continue with the Winter Storm Threat, but things are trending away from this meeting the threshold to be upgraded to an Alert. Our storm system is going to bring a swath of snow across the state, but the moisture supply doesn’t look as impressive as before.
Here’s the First Call For Snowfall…
Be sure to read the headlines on the snow map. 🙂 Can things continue to shift around? Sure. But, we are running out of time and the overall trend is pretty hard to ignore. This is why I waited so long to put out a snow forecast… I just didn’t feel comfortable with the setup.
Winter Storm Watches are still out for much of the state, but I expect this to end up being more of a Winter Weather Advisory type system…
This is a quick-hitter, with Saturday’s weather improving from west to east early on. It’s still cold, though, with highs in the upper 30s and low 40s.
Another system moves in late Sunday and Monday with some rain and snow.
The second half of next week looks MUCH milder with temps making a run toward the 70s. I can see the severe storms threat increasing during this time, though.
I will update things on WKYT starting at 11. Make it a good one and take care.