StormTeam 8 Forecast: High 28° / Low 8°... Quiet tonight and for most of Monday. Snow moves in late Monday night and Tuesday.
Updated Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 7:10 PM...
Happy March 1st... and Happy Meteorological Spring! It was a gloomy start to this Sunday with a few flurries, but the sun came out late this morning/early afternoon making for a pretty pleasant day. Highs today were once again below average, but nearly 10 degrees warmer than Saturday. High temperatures topped out in the upper 20s.
High pressure is in place tonight, so expect quiet conditions. We'll see clear to partly cloudy skies and lows will drop into the single digits.
It will be a sunny start to your Monday, but clouds will gradually be on the increase as the day progresses. Highs tomorrow will be in the mid to upper 20s.
Looking Ahead... Clouds will continue to thicken Monday night and snow will become likely late, mainly after midnight.
Snow will continue through the day Tuesday as a hook-like storm moves in from the southwest. Several inches of snow will be possible, but we'll have updates and pinpoint how much snow we're expecting starting tomorrow. Highs Tuesday will be near freezing. It will also be quite breezy Tuesday, so areas of blowing snow could be a concern.
Arctic air builds in behind the storm system, so temperatures will only be in the teens for highs Wednesday and Thursday.
The cool down will be short-lived and we'll warm back into the mid 30s Friday, mid to upper 30s this upcoming weekend.
Also, be sure to mark your calendars... Daylight Saving Time begins next Sunday March 8th. We "spring forward" an hour!
Have a wonderful night! -Michelle Poedel