While we can't say definitively that we've turned the corner for winter weather, we can say that the signal light is on and the brakes are being applied.
We woke up again today to another round of light snow. We measured close to 2" around 10:30 at the Home Office in Williamstown. Add in yesterday's 1.2" and Saturday's 1.5" of slush and that's a decent haul for the long weekend.
This week you can expect a lot of gray (still) and chances for snow showers pretty much every day. Any accumulations would be very light but might be enough to coat the roads.
|Snow accumulation prediction by the Euro model, as of midnight Tuesday (the 26th). A ski country dream scenario.|
The temperature is the area where we'll see the most variance. We will still be stuck in the mid-30s for highs Monday and Tuesday, and then we'll drop to the upper 20s for two days before returning to the mid-30s by Friday. Then, next weekend is when we'll see a real change to winter temps. Highs on Saturday will be in the low 20s and lows will be around 10, and that pattern will stick around for all of next week.
As for more substantial snow, we now have our eyes set on a Monday night/Tuesday storm. Both the Euro and the North American models are showing a storm in the 4-8" range. That both models are similar a week out is a good sign, but this event will definitely require extensive monitoring as we get closer to it.