The weather pattern has “relaxed” some as we head into midweek. Sure, it is cold but at least it is not the brutal as it has been.
BUT, the Deep Freeze will get an encore performance before the pattern changes at the start of March. More on that in a moment.
Thursday will bring some light snow into the region. Despite being just one day out, the various computer models all handle this minor system somewhat differently. Some give us basically no snow and some suggest a few inches is possible. I don’t think it will be much, and our current forecast of a coating to an inch or two seems fine. Here’s the SREF (Short Range Ensemble) model, which has a fairly wide range of accumulations (each represented by a line): The mean, or average is about 1.8″ , although that mean is getting pulled up by the big…
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