Saturday PM February 6th Update – A Few Changes Over the Next Few Days

Good Saturday evening, everyone. Well, I managed to get through most of the winter without getting a cold. That streak ended on Friday and now it started with the runny and stuffy nose. Hopefully, this will pass quickly because I forgot how lousy it is to deal with a cold. Let’s talk weather. We’ve had a nice day with mostly sunny skies and highs topping out in the lower to middle 50s. We go into tonight quiet with nothing on the radar below…

Going into the rest of the night, cloud cover will be on and off. That cloud cover, though, is ahead of our next cold front and upper level low that will change our weather setup around for the next few days. You can see both systems on the map below…

setup

As the front works through tomorrow, we’ll have the front switch our wind from the southwest to out of the northwest as we go into Sunday afternoon…

system

Despite the wind change, I still think we can get highs near 53° for Sunday afternoon. Sky conditions will bounce between partly sunny and mostly cloudy for most of the day and there could be a few stray showers that’ll try to pop up. The coverage of any possible showers are pretty small (around 20%), so most spots should stay dry Sunday…

sunday

Sunday night is when the colder air decides to pay us a visit. With the upper level wave also sticking around, that means we could see either light snow showers or some snow flurries late Sunday night and going into Monday. That doesn’t look like a big deal. With the colder air for Monday, I don’t see us warming up that much. We should start in the upper 20s Monday morning and highs will only make into the lower to middle 30s…

monday

We’re set to go back into the 40s for Tuesday and Wednesday as skies return to a more quiet state. Highs near 50 return on Thursday and we start next weekend on a quiet note. If we stick with Doug’s pattern, we’ll watch for another system late next weekend that could bring rain or snow chances by then. Remember, for all of the information on Doug’s Heady Pattern and long range forecast, go to headypattern.com

Have a good night and a great Sunday!

Nick

LONG RANGE FORECAST IS BELOW BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN:

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LONG RANGE FORECAST: Based off of the HP(Heady Pattern)

SLIGHT CHANCES:  MEAN IT IS A WEAKER SYSTEM THAT WILL GIVE US SCATTERED SHOWERS OR SNOW SHOWERS. 

IF I DON’T SAY SLIGHT:  THAT MEANS THIS IS A STRONGER SYSTEM THAT WILL GIVE US MUCH BETTER PRECIPITATION CHANCES

Feb 14th-20th:

A cool start to the week with rain and snow chances to start the week.  Cool temperatures stick around through the middle of the week with rain and snow chances returning for Thursday and Friday.

Feb 21st-27th:  A cold start to the week with slight chances for snow on Monday and Tuesday.  Warming up the rest of the week with rain chances returning for the weekend.

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