The Geminid meteor shower will occur tonight & tomorrow night........
Although it will become visible in the late evening hours around 2 a.m. to 5 a.m. is the best time to see meteors when the sky is clear to mostly clear. That's when the point from which the meteors appear to radiate is highest in the sky.
Number of meteors visible depends on the time and how dark the sky is. Fortunately, the moon will only be 1% full, so it will be easier to see them.
Drive to a location that isn't filled with city lights. In an area not affected by light pollution, meteors could be visible every 2-3 minutes.
Give your eyes about 20 to 30 minutes to adjust to the darkness without looking at your phone so they are are easier to catch.
HOWEVER, biggest problem here is cloudiness. There will plenty of it lingering tonight & plenty of it around tomorrow night, so it will be awfully hard to view this meteor shower here this year.
The week still looks mostly dry & seasonable.
There is still no reason to increase snow risk above 20-25% Wednesday morning.
It looks largely south & southeast of the area.
We will still monitor.
Latest measurable snowfall on record for a winter season is January 5, 1972.
This still looks like the only potential of accumulating snowfall up to early January. Potential will then go up.
Rainfall is likely next weekend & then around Christmas with no snow risk (at least right now). We will continue to monitor. It still looks overwhelmingly mild & wet.
First half of January has better snow & even some ice risk. Trend for latter January is warmer again with rain.