Today will feature snowy conditions for many as a coastal storm moves to our east. Snow is already falling this morning and will continue to do so through the early afternoon before tapering off. My snowfall forecast from last evening still looks good for most though short range guidance and radar trends are suggesting areas just inland could do a little better than thought due to the nature of the banding structure this morning. Temps will begin in the 20’s but will quickly rise into the low to mid 30’s which will melt some of the new snow. Roads will be slick for this morning’s commute and many schools have delayed or closed. Local media has the comprehensive lists on who is delayed/closed so check with them or your local school district for that information.
Episode two of winter’s last stand is later this week as a front stalls near or over us which could bring snow/sleet/freezing rain/rain depending on where it sets up. More on that in the coming days.