Wednesday December 7 – One storm moves off the coast after bringing needed rain, and there is some left over fog this morning. The sun will return today, but it is the arctic cold front expected tomorrow that will be the main story. With it, a small chance of a rain or snow shower, but much colder winds will bring a better chance for snow showers on Friday. Then we watch an active pattern that could bring in more snow Sunday into Monday and later next week. It will definitely feel like winter in just a few days.
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Upper Level Support:
The vorticity (cyclonic spin) aloft supports snow showers crossing the mountains Friday afternoon and evening.
Chance of Snow Sunday
The next storm will arrive at the end of the weekend. The track will be to our north and keep most of the moisture in the Great Lakes and New England. But enough cold air will be in place as it arrives to break out as light snow or a wintry mix Sunday, then a second push on Tuesday. This is supported on both the GFS and Canadian GEM Models (only two shown here for simple comparison)