We've got our eye on another clipper/coastal low for Thursday. It looks like it will start in the overnight hours Wednesday and continue throughout the day on Thursday. We'll probably see 3" or so, but some forecasters are already projecting 3-6 inches. We could see a Winter Weather Advisory on Thursday from this latest storm. As for school, we'll likely see full days.
It turns out it will be very cold on Friday morning, with lows in the negative single digits. Highs on Friday will be in the positive single digits only for negative double digits to make their appearance Saturday morning. That's a lot of cold digits.
Here's an attention-getting quotation from NWS Albany:
THE MAIN CONCERN DURING THE LONG TERM PERIOD IS AGAIN WITH THE BITTERLY COLD ARCTIC AIRMASS THAT WILL BE IN PLACE ACROSS THE REGION...ESPECIALLY THIS UPCOMING WEEKEND. A FAIRLY STRONG PRESSURE GRADIENT ACROSS THE REGION WILL NOT HELP THE COLD SITUATION EITHER...AS DANGEROUSLY LOW AND LIFE THREATENING WIND CHILLS LOOK TO BE IN PLACE ACROSS THE ENTIRE FORECAST AREA THURSDAY INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK.
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More on Thursday's snow event as we get closer to it.