03 February, 2018
The weekend will stay cool, with the low Friday night around 16 degrees and the high Saturday only reaching 36. However, as temperatures fall towards and below freezing by morning, there is a high threat for icy conditions to develop during the morning commute, resulting in hazardous driving conditions.
Have a fantastic first day of February!
The Wednesday forecast said snow was "likely" across central North Carolina Sunday and Monday. Drivers and pedestrians are urged to beware of slick roads. "A significant snow accumulation for the higher elevations of the southern Poconos is possible", the advisory says. "Clouds will increase throughout the day with light snow of 1-4" overspreading Saturday night into Sunday along another frontal boundary. Saturday scattered snow showers are expected during the day.
Tuesday: A 30 percent chance of rain after 8 a.m.
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Eagles Green or Patriots Blue for the Super Bowl?The mercury hovers there throughout the day on Friday with a brisk northwest wind providing wind chill values at, or below zero.
A spokesman for heating firm Heat Traders said: "Freezing temperatures like this can be extremely unsafe and quite costly too".
Tuesday night - A chance of snow showers.
In its forecast discussion, the NWS there is the potential for 1 to 4 inches of snow in southwestern CT.
Snow will extend as far south as the Tennessee River Valley on Sunday. No severe weather is expected. We do not expect excessively warm air in the south, but temps can move into the 35-36 degree range Sunday afternoon, which make for the more complicated forecast. South wind 6 to 9 miles per hour. Then turning partly cloudy, breezy, cold. For now, the GFS model forecast anticipates that snow will continue to fall along a swath extending from the eastern Great lakes into western Pennsylvania, much of interior NY and New England.