Snow! It happened today a little bit more than expected, before changing to rain and melting what fell…at least in my neck of the woods that happened. Some folks received an inch or two of snow before things were all said and done today. We don’t have much of that the rest of the week, but rain and snow are possible late in today’s Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast!
Off we go to the outlook first, as things are starting off chilly and damp this evening:
- Tonight-Cloudy with some flurries possible. Lows near 30.
- Tuesday-Morning fog and/or flurries lingering, otherwise mostly cloudy. High 45.
- Tuesday night-Becoming partly cloudy. low 27.
- Wednesday-Mostly sunny. High 48.
- Thursday-Partly to mostly sunny. High 53.
- Friday-Mostly cloudy with rain showers, possibly changing to snow. Highs early around 47.
The current storm system that brought all the snow is moving out, and in its place will be high pressure for a few days. That’s definitely good news. Flurries will fall off and on tonight and in the morning in spots, but should be gone for most by the middle of the day. Dry but cloudy weather is likely tomorrow afternoon.
We clear the sky out a bit tomorrow night, and that should help us get a good supply of sunshine tomorrow and most of Thursday. Clouds should start moving in Thursday afternoon ahead of a cold front that will be approaching by then.
Rain and snow are possible from this system late Thursday night, but mostly rain on Friday. The cold front will pass through then, and that will drop our temperatures during daylight hours once again. It’s a bit soon to tell how low those temps will go in the afternoon, but suffice it to say that snow may be a possibility to finish the work week.
I’ll have more on that timing as well as potential accumulations as we go through the next few days. Have a great Tuesday!