Explanation of that headline:
1. It will remain bitter cold all this week. Although by Sat with highs in the mid-20s, it might feel “warm”! Mon, Thu, Fri will be the coldest days.
2. Below zero temps are likely Thu, Fri nights.
3. Snow will fall Mon night, Sat night. Snow squalls that could rival this past Sat's squalls are possible Wed evening. (Mon night snow seen to left.)
4. First day above 32 degrees might be Sun. Emphasis on MIGHT.
The storm for Mon-night and early Tue is coming in very fast. Much faster than it looked late last week. So when you wake up Tue expect to see another of our famous couple to a few inch snowfalls laying in your driveway.
Wednesday is looking similar to last Sat. Some very intense squalls should develop. A quick 1-2” can occur. Accumulations are likely. But will be highly dependent on these squalls hit. More details Tue after the snow tonight.
More Snow Saturday night/Sun morning. Things are moving fast, so would not be surprised to see timing of system moved up. Not looking like a real big storm. Just another example of our routine snow this year. More cold to follow Late Sun into early next week.
Monday 15 12 Still bitter cold. Sunshine with increasing clouds. Storm
moves in after 9 pm. 2-3” total.
Tuesday 24 12 Any snow ending very early. Still cold. Clearing skies.
Wednesday 26 3 Increasing clouds. Snow showers and heavy squalls likely
late afternoon/evening. Windy at night.
Thursday 8 -3 Windy and bitter cold. Sun and clouds.
Friday 10 -10 Less wind. Bitter cold. Record cold at night.
Saturday 25 23 Sunshine with increasing clouds. Not as cold. Snow
arriving at night.
Sunday 32 5 Snow ending early. Windy and colder late with clearing at
Pastor Terry. He received his bachelors degree in Meteorology from the State University of New York at Oneonta, in 1994. The education continued as a hobby by reading the blogs of some of the best forecasters in the business. Although forceasting the weather is an imperfect science, it is a pleasure to follow what the Creator has made.