Mark’s Tuesday Evening Weather Forecast

A Shock Storm?

The past 24 hours have given us real hope that we have a storm system which could help bring snow to the northern mountains by tomorrow. The storm is been all over the map as far as models go. Earlier in the week the storm looked like it would be way too far west to help us with much precipitation.  However, over the past 24 hours models show the storm getting much closer to us tomorrow.

The result will be more widespread snow over the northern mountains where we could see 4 to 8 inches of new snow. Meanwhile here in the metro area the closer storm location will mean very gusty winds and the possibility of scattered showers with much colder temperatures. The storm moves out pretty quickly by Thursday and we end up with dry conditions end of the weekend.

 

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