A storm system could bring another round of snow and mixed wintry precipitation late in the weekend

Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Quiet weather will visit the Valley for the latter part of the work week. Other than colder-than-normal temperatures, we do not expect any impactful weather systems headed our way during the next three days. We may even get some decent sunshine Friday and Saturday.

I’ve posted some discussion about this next system the last couple of days. It’s beginning to look like it has the potential to bring wintry precipitation to the Valley late in the weekend. While there are still differences between models, confidence is increasing that a storm system developing in the Plains will travel to the lower Ohio Valley by Saturday night.

EUROPEAN MODEL depiction at 7:00 AM Sunday. While there are differences between the models with regards to track, timing, and intensity, all models do point to a storm developing and moving into the Ohio Valley.

Questions remain with regards to timing, precipitation types, and amounts but these concerns will come into focus over the next few days. Many variables are in play with this system including amounts of available moisture.

I’ll keep tabs on this in the coming days but I wanted to give folks a heads up that we could be in for some sort of wintry hijinks during the Sunday – Monday time frame.

I’ll keep you updated. Until then, be safe out there.



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