Sunday, March 6, 2016
Temperatures will cool around midnight tonight lowering snow showers to the valley floors. Likely snow showers will persist through the day Monday and some of these may produce moderate to locally heavy snowfall for a brief time. Snow will likely quickly melt in the valleys during the day Monday though there may be short-lived accumulations around the heaviest showers. Snow will accumulate on the hill and I would expect 3-6” by midnight Monday with possibly more at the higher elevations.
Tuesday is forecast to be unsettled as we are caught between the departing storm to our northeast and a large cutoff storm to our south.
Wednesday initially looked dry, but current model runs have a quick-moving wave bringing the chance of afternoon showers to the area.
Temperatures rebound by Thursday and Friday as dry air moves over the area, though a weak storm may affect the weather around mid-weekend.