While we were getting a weak dusting, Clarksville and Portland fared better:
Our high Sunday was 48°, which was reached just after midnight before the winds shifted north. By sunrise, temps were at freezing, and have been falling ever since.
We’ll bottom out at 17° early Monday morning.
Dry air continues to pile in, clearing away clouds. That means Monday sun, and a high of 40°.
More Arctic Air Tuesday Night
Despite models showing it’ll produce no snow here, there’s a chance we’ll see flurries. No accumulation expected.
Wednesday AM temps will bottom out in the teens, then we’ll dry out and warm up again.
Weekend Rain/Snow – We Don’t Know
Rain chances increase Friday as a warm front arrives from the south. We expect some rain on Friday and Friday night.
Saturday, things are a little bit more unclear. The GFS model delivers light snow Saturday and Sunday, whereas the European model dries us out and otherwise keeps the snow well north of us. If the GFS model “happens,” it looks to be a repeat of last night. So, neither’s a big deal.
All that said, there’s no reason for you to draw any conclusions about a rain/snow forecast almost a week away.
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