We’ll see some heavy snow continue over the next few hours. Snowfall accumulations will range from 5”-10+” once you get away from the coast. Some immediate coastal locations will see mostly rain with maybe an inch of slush. Locations that mixed will see less in the way of accumulation. Things will clear out by early Monday morning (3-5am). Temperatures stay fairly comfortable and seasonable for Sunday and Monday. Monday night’s lows cool off significantly with all locations falling below zero.
Tuesday things stay cold with mostly sunny skies as a high moves into the region. We’ll see temps in the single digits and teens and negative single digits for highs. Overnight lows New Year’s Eve drop back down to below zero in most spots. For the start of 2014 we’ll have temperatures will below normal. Highs only make it into the single digits for the most part on Wednesday. We’ll see a mix of sun and clouds as a weak cold front crosses the area. Overnight lows Wednesday night range from -30 to -5, so it will be extremely frigid. Thursday we’ll another low pressure system move into the area. It looks like this could be another snow maker and will be something to watch over the coming days. As of now it looks like an all snow event Thursday night into Friday.
Monday: Highs will range from 21°-30° Rain/snow wraps up early with skies partially clearing in the afternoon. Very cold Monday night.
Tuesday: Highs range from 1° to 16° with mostly sunny skies.
Wednesday: Highs range from 0° to 15° with partly sunny skies.
Thursday: Highs range from -8° to 7° with increasing clouds in the afternoon and snow developing in the afternoon and evening.
Friday: Highs range from -1° to 9° with snow wrapping up in the morning and clearing skies.