Sunday – Clouds, Maybe a Light Evening Sprinkler – Morning Low 33, Afternoon High 54
6am 34 . 9am 41 . Noon 50 . 3pm 53 . 6pm 49 . 9pm 46
Here’s your FutureCastSometimesWrong Radar (aka, the 4km Hi-Res NAM), Noon to 8 pm. Not much rain, if any:
Monday – More Clouds, Slight Rain Chance – Morning Low 33, Afternoon High 54
We usually don’t post model data 7 days out, because it’s so far out in the future and is rarely meaningful. But @12SouthWintWarm has their beer festival next weekend, and I told them we’d have a look. And, then, our NWS started talking about it. So will we.
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Check out the Possibly-Wrong-FutureCast Radar (GFS version) for Friday night:
Check out this explanatory gif from our local NWS office:
Officially, the NWS thinks there will be a “brief changeover to sleet and snow as early as Friday night. The winter potential seems rather harmless this far out, but the very pattern of a strong positive upper ridge axis over the Carribbean combined with a strong southward moving surface high does bear watching.”
Translation: it may snow next weekend.
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