Weak Lil' Systems
Posted by Pete Bouchard
We're in a cold pattern - that's the short story. The longer one would detail the small disturbances rippling through the jet stream and triggering light snow events over the next two days.
In short: we'll see a few flurries.
Like we've seen in the past few weeks, there isn't a lot to energize these storms-in-the-making, so we just see a few flakes, a coating here, maybe an inch there. Imagine where we could(a, woulda, shoulda) been if these things were strong and juicy.
In any event, here's what to expect with the off-and-on-snowshowers tomorrow (starting early and finishing late):
This is really the only weather system I see this week that has any potential for accumulation. As the winter goes, so goes this week.
But here's the footnote: some weather maps are showing the potential for a big, snowy storm on Friday. My initial thought on this is: show me the money. Haven't seen a storm like this all winter, so why now? I know what you're thinking though, "It only takes one." You're right, but I don't think this is the one. There isn't a lot of support for a big storm, and I think this particular model is a little spazzy. Right now, I just have a few flakes in the forecast (I know, that means we'll see a foot). We'll see how it pans out.