Skies Clear Out for Sunday

Jessica Conley

Updated 18 hours ago

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Skies will clear for the day today. Highs  will be in the 20s and low 30s with mainly sunny skies by afternoon. Very cold temps overnight into Monday with some locations falling below zero.  Monday’s high temps will be in the teens and low 20s. Mainly sunny skies for the day Monday with increasing clouds Monday afternoon and evening as another storm system approaches the area.

 

It is now looking like this next storm system will be much more of a “hit” than a “miss”. Models are starting to hint at significant snowfall accumulation for the entire state for the day Tuesday and into Wednesday morning. Haven’t had a ton of time to look at data, but suggesting that this storm could be much larger and effect much more of the state than the current storm we’re dealing with. As of right now, timing looks to start early Tuesday and end mid morning Wednesday, with periods of extremely heavy snowfall. Accumulations look high across the state. Looking like we could see over a foot, possibly to a foot and a half, in some areas. Still early, but you know we’ll keep you updated. Temps Tuesday look good for an all snow event. Set up is looking like your classic Nor’easter, with strong gusty winds possible too. Again, it’s early, but I’d rather have you over prepared than underprepared. I’ll have many more updates on this one tomorrow night after we get the current storm out of the way.

 

Looks like things come to an end by Wednesday morning with skies quickly clearing. Highs Wednesday should make it into the 20s. Thursday looks similar, with seasonable highs in the 20s and mostly sunny skies.

 

 

 

Today: Snow ends before daybreak and skies quickly clear out, becoming mostly sunny. It may be a bit breezy at times. Highs 23-33.

 

Monday: Highs 13-21 with sunny skies and increasing clouds in the afternoon/evening.

 

Tuesday: Looking like a significant storm system for Tuesday into Wednesday with all snow. Highs Tuesday in the 20s.

 

Wednesday: Highs in the 20s with snow ending in the morning then skies clearing out.

 

Thursday: Highs in the 20s with mostly sunny skies.

 

 

Contact me anytime with any weather questions, comments, or concerns at jconley@wabi.tv  or on Twitter @MeteoroloJess or you can find me on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MeteorologistJessicaConley

 

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