I’m tracking a complex of lower pressure expected to supply our region with not only another small dose of snowfall, but some bitterly cold conditions as well!
The core of low pressure currently situated to our immediate west will swing to our east this evening, unleashing a strong northwesterly wind flow late tonight plummeting temperatures and generating lake-effect snowfall.
While much of the western and southern halves of the viewing area will see a few flurries this evening and overnight, any significant accumulations will be isolated to our far northeastern counties. That being said, some roads may remain slick for tomorrow morning’s commute.
In addition to the snowfall, temperatures are expected to plummet behind the passing low and associated cold front. Morning low temperatures will fall back into the upper teens and low 20s, but our strong northwesterly winds will drop wind chills into the single digits at times Tuesday morning.
Unfortunately, tomorrow afternoon doesn’t appear much better; after reaching highs in the mid 40s to kick off the work week, we’ll only reach the mid 20s Tuesday!