Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Midweek Chance of Snow

High pressure is currently dominating our area giving us clear skies and cold conditions. This will persist through Tuesday night and most of the day Wednesday. The cold front arrives late Wednesday as the high pressure pushes out the area. This cold front will bring rain and snow into the region beginning before sunrise. Snow and possible freezing rain will be falling early Thursday morning with accumulation in most places less than half an inch. The further north in the state, the higher the snowfall totals will be. Still not increasing much greater than one inch. Once this cold front passes through the region, all of the precipitation chances will be gone, and clear skies and warmer weather will come back to the region.

                       Image above shows 6pm Wed. night as the cold front passes over SOKY

Tuesday Night: Low dipping down to 29 with a calm wind around 5 mph.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny throughout the day with the high reaching just over 50. Winds out of the south around 7-10mph.

Wednesday Night: Calm with a low near 22. Precip. chances begin to increase past midnight. Most snow expected between 3-6am with accumulation less than half an inch.

Thursday: High will hit freezing with a persistent north wind of 7-10mph. Precip chances stay
throughout the day, but will diminish before noon.

Thursday Night: Low of 18 under mostly clear skies.

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