The American model shows that the snow moves in the southwest to the Southwest to early Wednesday morning. (19659002] Daytime Digital
A somewhat subjective assessment of the time of day, on a scale of 0 to 10.
4/10: Early sun with little rain or late sleep is not a complete catastrophe, but a certain descent from the last few days.
Today: Increasing clouds, chance of late rain / rain. Highest: the top 30s to the 40s.
Tonight: Rain showers, winter mixtures away N & W. Lows: Mid-to-upper 30s.
Tomorrow: Being partially sunny and cool.
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After a decent morning in the middle of the afternoon, some areas of low rain and afternoon are possible late afternoon in the evening, before rainy night. Weather then becomes brighter and cooler for Presidents' Day, allowing us to focus on a potentially significant winter storm in the middle of the week that seems more likely to lead to snow accumulation late Tuesday night on Wednesday, followed from a winter mixture and then rain.
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Today (Sunday): This is mostly a clear and cold start, but this is due to change, at least "mostly clear" part. The clouds increase late in the afternoon as our next system approaches the southwest, closing the tops in the top 30s to the low 40s. Areas with mild rain and sleet may be developed late in the afternoon, but temperatures will be above the freezing zone. Confidence : Medium High
Tonight: Most of us have to change only for rain in the evening. But our extreme northern and western suburbs can remain on ice in the middle of the evening, possibly with isolated ice spots on rough surfaces if temperatures are delayed for a short time around frost. At night there is only a slight rain in the whole area with fairly stable temperatures in the middle to the upper 30s. Several spots of fog or rain could keep as the showers moved toward the morning. A sure night for sure. Confidence: Medium High
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Tomorrow (Presidents' Day): The rain must be completed before sunrise with a cool front running in the morning, but the colder air is slow. So even with an increasingly brilliant breeze from the northwest, the peaks have to reach the top 40s to nearly 50 when the sky turns partially into the sun. The afternoon winds can be about 30 km / h Confidence: Medium high
Tomorrow night: The heavens continue to be chosen in the night and with the penetration of colder and drier air temperatures fall quickly after the dark. The winds continue northwest but lose their impact by lowering the bottom in the mid-20s to the low 30s, partly to mostly clear skies. Trust: Medium High
On Tuesday strong high pressure provides mostly sunny skies and lower temperatures with the highest levels of the 1940s. although with lesser winds it is not that bad. The storm system is approaching southwest at night, and with the fall of low to low to mid-30s, snow should develop overnight or in the morning.
A snowflake looks increasingly likely Wednesday in the morning with a few inches as possible, probably passing to a winter mix later in the morning in the afternoon or evening before it went to rain on Wednesday evening, with the temperature held in the 1930s. As usual, this transition usually occurs from the southeast to the northwest, with our northern and western suburbs cling to winter rains and temperatures at or below zero for the longest. It is too early to get into concrete amounts of snow and exactly when and where the rainfall will overturn but we will provide a full update later today. Trust: SNOW INDEX
Daily assessment of the potential for at least 1 inch of snow over the next week, on a 0-10 scale.
6/10 ( ↑ ): Maybe it is not yet locked, but confidence builds up in some snow accumulation late on Tuesday evening on Wednesday before turning to a winter mix. .