Friday, December 23, 2016
Carl Dinse warned us about this possibility in his last report, but says that the forecasts were uncertain until this morning, when a winter weather advisory was issued.
From WeatherWatcher Carl:
The advisory is from noon today until 3am Saturday morning. 1 inch of snow likely, up to 3 inches total possible.
Current temperatures is now 33 degrees and cooling, expect daytime temperatures to remain around freezing. Lows tonight to dip just below freezing.
For the weekend, temperatures are going to remain marginal on either side of the freezing mark so the snow will be slushy and may melt quite a bit between Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Some snow showers are possible Saturday, Sunday looks sunny and cold with high temps struggling to get to 40F.
Tuesday another threat of wet snow arrives before we warm up Tuesday evening for an all rain weather pattern to finish up the year with temperatures back into the low 40's.