It's hard to tell if it's snowing out right now with all the blowing snow, but we are getting a few backside bands of snow from the storm. We might tack on another inch this evening, but that will be about the size of it. While we really don't think so, we suppose there could a few delays tomorrow morning because of windblown snow. Do not count on it, especially with the forecast for snow Friday and Monday.
|The 7:45 PM radar. Bands of snow are coming out of the north-northeast.|
We will enjoy a cold winter day tomorrow (low 20s), but the sun should be out and the winds will be tapering. Clouds will move in on Thursday, and we could see a well-timed shot of light snow Friday morning. We don't believe there will be any snow days as a result of it, but it could be a similar situation to the one that snuck up on us on the 15th of January. That would mean multiple delays.
Our best chance of a snow day looks to be a Monday. A coastal storm late Sunday night that could develop that will give us 4-8" of snow. It's still a ways out, but we're liking how active this weather pattern is.