But first we have today: a cold miserable rain. It will develop by midday and last into the evening hours. It will also rain heavy at times this afternoon. Expect about another 1" of rain for us. We've already exceeded the normal monthly amount for November, and it's only the 9th ... so our wet to record wet year continues.
Behind this system is some very chilly to cold air. It will turn windy on Saturday along with the chance for some flurries or maybe a light snow shower. It will be calmer on Sunday with sunshine, but still very chilly for this time of year.
Monday is decent with increasing clouds as the next system organizes and comes NE out of the Gulf of Mexico (get to hearing that this winter as it may happen a regular basis. Already a few storms since late Oct). This storm will be a wet one (so what else is new), and it will have more colder air to work with as it arrives on Tue. SOme questions with this Tue system:
- How organized is the storm? Is it a consolidated low pressure area, or a more strung out area of low pressure. The more organized, it is the more potential for heavy snow to break out in areas to its wets.
- How far west will the storm track? Just inland? Over the coastline? Just offshore? Anything over the coast or inland means heavy rain. If it's just offshore, then wet snow becomes a possibility.
Until next time, enjoy.