We’re waking up to temperatures in the mid 30s this morning, and we won’t warm too much throughout the day due to stout northwest winds. The HRRR models says we may warm to around 38° later this morning before temperatures drop some in the afternoon.
A few showers may be possible this afternoon. A snowflake may mix in from time to time, though no real impacts are expected. Temperatures drop into the low 20s overnight, so any moisture on the road will freeze overnight.
Tuesday will be another chilly day across the region. High pressure will settle in place leading to sunny conditions. But, don’t let that fool you as highs are expected to top out around 40°.
High pressure will move to the east of the region Tuesday night. This will allow for southerly flow to return to the region, bringing warmer conditions with it. Lows will likely drop to just below freezing Tuesday night.
Wednesday will be quite a bit warmer across the region. Highs will likely top out in the low to mid 50s under partly cloudy skies. Southerly winds of 10 to 15 mph may occasionally gust up to 25 mph.
I know you’ve all heard about late week snow chances, so let me touch on that. Models have trended away from the heavy snow event they were showing a few days ago. I’ll continue to watch this, but as of now, some snow may be possible Thursday night. Again, I’ll keep watching this and let you know if anything changes.
Thank you for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful week. Remember to love, serve, and care for one another to be Marshall Strong.
-Meteorologist Jacob Wilkins