Today will feature mostly cloudy skies (although some sunny breaks are possible this morning) and the chance for some showers. The best chance for showers arrives in the Mountains this morning then slowly transitions S and W eventually reaching the coast by evening. These showers are in association with a cold front so today will be very mild compared to past days with highs in the 60’s for all.
WEEKEND STORM UPDATE
No significant changes happened with the models overnight, the GFS trended slightly farther west towards a more Euro-like solution although it still has rain/snow for eastern areas only (as opposed to the Euro which gives everyone rain/snow). Right now, I am leaning more towards a Euro like solution because of the Euro’s track record, support from all the teleconnections, and a favorable upper air pattern with a trough in the West (which supports another trough in the east) and ridging in the Atlantic. However, despite these factors, there is still far too much disagreement among the models to firm up any forecast. If for some reason, models are in more agreement with the daytime run, I will have another post tonight with more detail. If not, the next update will be tomorrow morning.