Sunday PM December 6th Update

Good Sunday evening, everyone. Today wasn’t so bad by a long shot. Granted, we had to start with mostly cloudy skies and just a few spots of drizzle this morning. Once the sun rose, we had no problem getting back into the middle to upper 50s for highs this afternoon. We go into the rest of the night and Monday morning quiet on the radar below…

Don’t count on rain chances for most of the work/school week. The front that gave us the slightest chance of a drizzle this morning has already moved on out of here. As that front falls apart, high pressure will work in. You can see that on the surface map below…

setup

Even though winds return out of the south, they’ll be light for Monday morning. Couple that with a few spots that will have temperatures drop near the dew point, there could be some patchy fog around. Otherwise, it’ll bee mostly clear to start our Monday with lows near 33°…

mondayam

Any patchy fog that does develop overnight will be gone after 9 AM. The rest of the area will continue with mostly sunny skies. With the southerly breeze light at 5-10 mph, that’ll allow highs to top out near 58°…

mondaypm

The rest of the work/school week stays quiet for us. On top of that, we’ll continue to warm up throughout the week and maybe push into the middle 60s by Friday afternoon…

friday60s

We keep things quiet to start the upcoming weekend, but our next system gets going by Saturday and Sunday. You can see that below…

saturdaysystem

As of this blog post, it looks like t-storm chances on Saturday and rain chances for Sunday. Behind this system, we should see highs go back into the 40s on Sunday. The next system after that will work in on the 15th and 16th (next Tuesday and Wednesday). Depending on how the system tracks and how our temperature setup looks, that system could be rain or snow chances for us. We’ll keep our eyes on that setup over the coming days. If you’re curious as to how we look by Christmas and the start of the New Year, Doug has you covered below. If you want the latest on his pattern, just head over to headypattern.com

Have a great Monday, everyone!

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

December 13th-19th:

A cold start to the week with rain and snow chances on Tuesday and Wednesday.  Staying cool through the week with another system on Friday and Saturday with addition rain and snow chances.

December 20th-26th:

We start the week with cool temperatures and slight chances for rain and snow.  Temperatures will warm up a bit for Christmas Eve with rain chances.  We should cool down for Christmas with slight chances for rain and snow.  We will stay cool the rest of the week.

December 27th-January 2nd:

Rain and snow chances return on Sunday and Monday with our next storm system working in.  We will have a brief break before the next system works in with rain and snow chances on Wednesday and Thursday.  Then cool and dry the rest of the week.

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