Cold Monday. Colder Tuesday.

Current Radar 

Cold Monday

After 50°s Sunday, just 30°s Monday and Tuesday.

Early Monday morning will be well below freezing (28°), and we won’t reach 40°. We will cloud up and only reach 39°.

Colder Tuesday

24° when we wake up, high 43°.

South Winds, Warmer Wednesday

The cold north wind will switch to a warmer south wind, thanks to science (that’s what happens when there’s high pressure to our east).

Look for 25°/48° Wednesday and 35°/54° Thursday.

Rain Returns Late Thursday – Friday

Winds way above the surface will bring rain from the southwest, most likely very late Thursday night through Friday.

Friday, the GFS model predicts 0.75″ of rain falling in 24 hours. Euro thinks a half inch. This would be more of an off/on event than a steady soaker.

We may even see rain last into Saturday.

Meaningless Long-Range Snow Forecast

Models have a pretty good rain event around the 10th.

After the rain leaves, sometime around Jan 11-12, the GFS & Euro models think a wave of precip could race in from the NW and maybe deliver some light snow. GFS has mostly washed out this feature, but the Euro still has it. This will change several times over the next several days.

Remember, model performance this far away is poor. 192+ hour snow forecasts often show up — they rarely actually happen.

Nature does what it wants.

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