Good morning, It’s Friday!
I am late in getting today’s blog entry started. There is still not one storm showing up on the long range models. Just based on the LRC, we should have at least a good chance of some precipitation before the end of this month, and then February will have a few good chances, but for now we get to talk about a nice warm-up, and then a cold blast by the end of the weekend:
We are forecasting a high of 57° today. The cold front will take until Saturday night to get here and as a result it will likely get close to 60° on Saturday before the wind shift arrives:
Some Lake-Effect snow is likely, and a little system will produce snow in Montana into the Dakota’s, but we will just get a strong push of cold air by Sunday morning. The first cold front comes through Saturday evening, and then a reinforcing shot of colder air will organize and arrive by Monday:
Have a great morning. We will go over the details of this forecast on 41 Action News. And, we will look ahead to February as well. Have a great weekend.