We’re almost done with the current storm. The “cold air damming” proved to be more persistent than any of the models had forecast; the cold low level temperatures and the mixed precip remained somewhat longer than expected.
We’re continuing in an active weather pattern. The high level wind flow will act as a fast highway for moisture and disturbances to transit across the country–
We’ll be seeing a chance for precipitation almost every 36-48 hours! Note that the track is just to our south. There are several more chances for snow and mixed precipitation over the next week. Details are uncertain, but I’m keeping an eye on it. Stay tuned.