Quick lunch update.
Snow will arrive this evening after 8 pm (flurries may come before, but I think the real snow begins early tonight) and will end by 9 am tomorrow. The snow should be a light fluffy snow, easy to remove, and will be sparkly when the sun shines on it.
Total snow: 3-4" with locally higher amounts especially to our south.
Friday is looking less snowy with just a flurry or snow shower possible.
Saturday looks like a chance for snow to develop late in the day and continue into the early morning hours of Sunday. Not a big storm. A similar snow to what we have been getting the last few times.
A nice Sunday is taking shape (yea!) and a decent Monday as clouds increase ahead of what may be a much bigger storm. Yes, this looks like a mostly snow system also. Details need to be worked out.
Wed: Sunny then increasing clouds. 28.
Tonight: Snow. Light to moderate. 3-4" with locally more.
Thursday: Light snow ends. Some partial sunshine late. 30.
Friday: Clouds and sunshine. Flurry or snow shower possible. 25.
Saturday: Cloudy. Chance for light snow to develop late. 24.
Sunday: Any snow ends well before sunrise. Clearing. 30.
Monday: Sunshine then increasing clouds. Chance for snow late. 27.
Tuesday: Snow likely and maybe some sleet. Could be heavy. 26.
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.