Hope you enjoyed a sunny, warm Sunday! We’re probably not going to have a day like today in a long time, so savor it while you can. A cold front will come through later tonight and send temperatures tumbling.
Cold air will filter into the region on Monday under partly cloudy skies. Some places may momentarily touch 50 degrees for a high on Monday afternoon before temperatures fall into the low 30s for a low on Monday night. The cooling trend continues later on in the week, with highs in the 30s on Tuesday and Wednesday, and lows dropping to the teens Wednesday night. Subtle upper air disturbances will coax some some flakes out on Tuesday and Wednesday, although no significant accumulation is expected. Thursday is looking drier before yet another system could bring light snow to the region on Friday.
Next weekend looks interesting, to say the least. A strong, lumbering storm system will cross the southern United States next week. Models currently develop a coastal low pressure system that will be plowing into an entrenched cold air mass. You may pick up where this is heading: Snow is definitely possible, and the “ceiling” on this event is very high, meaning potential is there for somebody to see a lot of snow. We will obviously keep you updated with how this system develops, as it is still 6-7 days away.