Today will feature the spring/summer part of this week’s forecast as thunderstorms look to develop as very cold air moves in aloft. Morning fog will be clearing through the mid to late morning hours and showers look to begin popping up as the afternoon approaches. Showers will strengthen into thunderstorms which could feature small hail and gusty winds. Some of these storms could approach severe limits and the SPC has placed us under a Marginal threat for severe weather today. While things don’t look too intense, do keep an eye to the sky and be weather aware today. Highs will range through the 50’s and low 60’s with warmer temps south.
While uncertainties do still run rampant, I wanted to put out there that we could be seeing significant snow come Sunday night should a coastal storm pass close enough. I’ll have an update on that tonight but please don’t fall for any hype that will likely be running around in the meantime. As always, check with local media/NWS before changing any plans for Sunday night into Monday.