Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Tonight – Rain Moves Out – Midnight Temp 41
Around 6 PM, the bulk of the rain should be gone. Lighter, scattered showers are still possible through midnight.
HRRR model 5 pm – midnight:
Tuesday – Light Rain; Some Snow Possible Overnight – Morning Low 35 / Afternoon High 54
6a 36 . 9a 42 . 12p 53. 3p 55 . 6p 48 . 9p 39
There’s a small chance of light rain during the day.
An arctic cold front — nothing like we saw a few weeks ago — is set to arrive Tuesday night.
Rain is forecast to develop along the cold front. As the cold air is piped in, some light snow showers could develop behind the front. Since we are expecting only light snow showers at best, accumulation will be minimal to none.
These light snow showers — if they develop — will last off and on into Wednesday.
This morning our NWS forecast no accumulation. That has changed, just a little, to a “possible dusting:”
Wednesday – Cold; Chance of Snow – Morning Low 27 / Afternoon High 35
6a 28 . 9a 31 . 12p 33 . 3p 35 . 6p 30 . 9p 28
With the cold temps already in place, any precip that develops will fall as snow. The @PanicCatfish will freak out, but you do not need to. The Plateau could get some snow covered roads, but we are not expecting that here.
Snow showers should end by 1 PM, with flurries departing by late afternoon or early evening.
Extended Official NWS Forecast:
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