A WINTER STORM WARNING has been hoisted for all of the state. We’re monitoring a typhoon device to our south. Because it strikes north, it’ll faucet into some less warm air and turn to snow. Nowadays shall be tranquil with expanding clouds and highs within the higher 40s. Skies will flip cloudy this night with combine/snow beginning between 3-5 AM. Be expecting stable reasonable to heavy snow from the next day morning thru noon. In that brief span of time, shall we select up 8″ to twelve″. Along with the snow, be expecting gusty winds, starting from 30 to 40 MPH. Right here’s what we’re nonetheless gazing: The snow ratio. The standard snow ratio is 10:1, this means that 10″ of snow equals 1″ of water. However on this case, with temperatures within the low to mid 30s, the snow ratio may well be 8:1 or 7:1, that means the rainy, slushy snow may just compact down and result in moderately decrease totals. And typhoon period. This typhoon doesn’t essentially have the time to drop a ton of snow. The saving grace for upper totals is the truth shall we enjoy snow charges round 1″-3″ consistent with hour. Keep tuned as we might tailor the totals.
This Afternoon: Solar to clouds. Pleasantly gentle, highs within the higher 40s.
This night: Cloudy with combine/snow growing between 3-5 AM. Lows within the low 30s.
Tuesday: Secure reasonable to heavy snow thru noon. Tapering early afternoon. Snow totals starting from 8″ to twelve″. Wind gusts round 30 to 40 MPH. Highs within the low to mid 30s.
Valentine’s Day: Brighter and sweeter. Highs within the low 30s.
Thursday: Expanding clouds with highs within the mid 30s. Mild snow in a single day.
Friday: Solar and clouds. Highs within the higher 30s.
Saturday: Mild snow most likely with 2″ to 4″ conceivable. Highs within the mid 30s.
Sunday: Clearing with scattered clouds. Highs within the mid 30s.