We’ve got a potentially extremely active weather pattern ahead of us this week as an energized jet stream brings in several disturbances from the Pacific. We’ll be on the borderline between above freezing and freezing at times with these systems, so be prepared to encounter some slick spots at times.
Today cloudy skies and perhaps some light snow flurries as we head into the evening hours. Not expecting much if any accumulation out of this activity.
Areas of drizzle and freezing drizzle are likely to develop closer to midnight tonight along with areas of fog. This may make for slick travel conditions before sunrise Tuesday. After sunrise temperatures will rise well above freezing with drizzle and light rain likely throughout the day.
As you can see on the extended a very active week ahead with several more chances for rain and snow. There is some concern about a growing ice event for next weekend somewhere within the vicinity of the area. We’ll keep tabs on this potential throughout the week. Right now too early to get into specifics. It does appear though that as of now no significant snow accumulation is likely to occur with any of these systems.