There will be the potential of 6-to-12+ inches of snow, but the question remains ‘where’ that will fall.
We are bracing for yet another winter storm including heavy snow, rain, damaging winds, and coastal concerns.
A Winter Storm Watch is in place north and west of 495, which will most likely be upgraded to a warning later today.
Not only do we have more snow on the way in less than 48 hours, but temperatures following our next snow event are going to be near or below normal for the foreseeable future.
Most of the region will end up with 3-to-5 inches with a few isolated totals at 6 inches.
By rush hour it should be snowing just about everywhere with a rain/snow mix along the immediate coastline.
Don’t be fooled, this winter is a very LONG way from being over. In fact, I believe the coldest and snowiest days are yet to come.
Cold air left over from Friday & Saturday’s cold remains firmly in place Sunday morning. Spotty freezing drizzle moved through overnight forming a light glaze on untreated surfaces. A warm front is stationed along our south coast. Dense […]
A nice, but cool start to the week with sunny to partly sunny skies today. Temperatures have started off near 32 and will be climbing into the lwr to mid 40′s this afternoon with a lighter westerly wind.
I must say the most noticeable thing this morning was the warm temperatures. Thanks to southerly flow and overnight cloud cover associated with a cold front now pushing off the coast, temperatures were steady overnight, and […]