Current Temps and Radar
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Friday Night – Rain, Sleet & Snow
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The back edge of the precipitation is visible on radar, and coming toward us. Temperature profiles are expected to barely support some light snow tonight. The HRRR thinks the snowfall will begin off-and-on sometime around 9 PM, and continue until midnight.
We do not expect more than a half inch of snow, and probably much less. As the snow is falling, the surface temperature should be at, or just above, freezing. Bridges, overpasses, and areas at elevation are most likely to see this minor accumulation. No widespread travel impacts are expected, but if you’re out and about late tonight and overnight, take it easy.
Our streak of 1,443 days without 1″+ of snow still looks safe. From @615Dave:
Even if we do sneak a dusting out of this, temps are still expected to warm through the 40°s Saturday, and melt whatever we get.
Saturday – Clearing, Sun Says Hello – Wake Up 30°, High 47°
Blerg out. Sun in.
Any snow that managed to accumulate (mostly on grills, gnomes, bridges/overpasses, and cars) will quickly melt away after sunrise. Temperatures will manage to rebound into the upper 40’s with the help of sunny skies.
Partly cloudy skies overnight will help keep our low temp from dipping below freezing.
We will cover the Sunday/Monday snow chance tomorrow.
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