Thursday Update

Be alert for isolated patches of dense fog this morning, especially in areas where snowpack exists.

There are a few scattered showers around the region but the bulk of the precipitation has departed the region, temps are also above freezing almost region wide, so roads are mostly just wet. The exception to that rule is some of the higher terrain areas which look to slip back below 32° this morning as colder air starts to seep back into the region.

It will turn a bit windy later today as that low pressure that was the weaker of the two yesterday goes through rapid cyclogenesis and drops to 968MB’s over Maine. This will result in gusty WNW winds of 20-35 mph across some of the higher terrain. In addition some bands of lake effect squalls off the abnormally warm, and mostly open waters of the Great Lakes, May meander into western and northern counties later today and overnight.

Our next weather maker arrives Sunday PM into Monday and you guessed it, looks like some lower elevation rain and mountain snow is possible, we will dive into that more later. Hope everyone has an amazing day!


Image- GFS Monday 1AM Surface Map

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