Last Updated 3 years ago by Devontae Jackson.
The HRRR and NAM 3K models have shown the chance of snow, but. I was just looking at a loop of reflectivity (radar) and the temperatures. Temperatures have definitely dropped over the past few hours. Just not enough to produce ice/snow. Once you get below 32 degrees Fahrenheit, that’s when you begin to see rain to change over to ice and snow. Temperatures haven’t really reached 32 degrees yet.
In the map above you can see temperatures are in the upper 30’s. So close, but not that close to the lower 30’s. I will say that a snow flurry cannot be ruled out tonight though.