Feb 22 Morning: Today’s update will be posted in the afternoon instead of the morning.
Only a brief update covering the general highlights for this coming week will be posted. The 5-Day Forecast will be updated tomorrow morning, along with a more detailed discussion that may be posted in the morning as well.
Tomorrow: Cold temperatures will return to the area tomorrow, expected to be in the mid to upper 20s inland, and in the upper 20s to lower 30s for the rest of the area, which is below the average high temperatures for this time of the year. A generally north wind is expected.
Friday Storm: A storm is expected to affect the region on Friday. While there is uncertainty with the exact track, which may range from one along the coast or just inland to one near the eastern Great Lakes, with the western track currently favored, regardless of the track, this storm is likely to produce rain for most of the area, which may be potentially heavy with as much as near or over 1 inch possible. Stay tuned for more information on this storm and how it may affect the area.
Sunday: There is the potential for a weak storm to affect the region on Sunday. While it is uncertain how it does so, there is the potential for mixed precipitation or rain at this time. More information will be posted on this as details become clearer.
Longer Range: Another storm is expected for March 1-2, with most models showing this as a rain event for the area. Stay tuned for more information on this storm and how it may affect the area.