Rain chances at times through tomorrow...

>> Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Lots of good stuff in today's video....give it a look above.

A big-time winter storm is impacting a good deal of the country this morning. A crippling ice storm is taking place from northern Arkansas and southeast Missouri up into northern Tennessee and southern Kentucky. North of the area of ice, a major snow event is unfolding from the Ohio Valley spreading into the New England and northern Mid-Atlantic states later today into tomorrow.

For us, we will see only rain chances with this system. A passing shower is possible at any point today, tonight, and tomorrow. However, the most widespread rain chances will likely occur tomorrow afternoon as a cold front drops through the region.

Thursday will be dry, but a pocket of energy aloft will pivot overhead Friday, and some passing snow showers or rain showers can't be ruled out. The weekend looks cool and dry.

There is some chance of another storm system around Monday. The Canadian model popped a nice low near the Carolina coast later Monday, but most other modeling is dry. We will keep an eye to see if further trends indicate a higher chance of a storm system to start next work week.


Anonymous 3:01 PM  

12Z Matt, THAT looks like a classic Miller A that dumps snow in Charlotte, same track, same pattern....then it explodes over the northeast too.

I guess we'll have to wait till the EURO comes around on it cause I don't trust the GFS as far as I can throw it.


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