Winter Weather Coverage

The last couple of model runs show promising signs of snow next week

Last Updated 2 months ago by Devontae Jackson.

Image courtesy COD Nexlab.

The GFS over the last few runs have brought snow over the area. Before that the models were back and forth about the snow. However now, the GFS is forecasting snow for our area Monday morning through Tuesday evening.

Image courtesy of Pivotal Weather.

The European model (shown above) has had snow moving over the area Monday into Tuesday for the last couple of days as well. Since this weather event is still some ways away I won’t talk about snow accumulations. I will say the models look like they may be coming into a sort of agreement about snow totals though.

Image courtesy of Tropical Tidbits.

This will all be thanks to cooler air moving south from Canada into the U.S. Then, we watch a low pressure moving into the area or south of the area. The position of this low pressure will be key in determining how much snow we could see. Above is a look at the Geopotential Height and Anomaly. I am using this for proposes of showing where the trough bringing the wet/snowy and cold weather will be by Monday afternoon. The trough looks to be moving right over our area by Monday afternoon and that is also when GFS has snow intensity picking up in our area. Stay with GDwxpost for the latest.

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