Heavy snow continues to increase across the region. Snowfall rates of 1-2 inches per hour are likely this evening and tonight. More than a foot of snow may fall by Thursday morning.
It's a different week, but no difference in the weather that we've been having the past several days. We are bringing back the 90s today and the moisture along with it will make it feel even worse. You know as well as I do that we will at least see a couple thunderstorms this afternoon. That's going to be the case today with only a 30% storm chance this afternoon.
Our better storm chances come tomorrow as a system creeps toward us. This will spark up scattered showers and thunderstorms through the day. Once this system is out of the way we become drier through midweek. Key word being drier and not dry. We will still hold small thunderstorm chances on Wednesday and Thursday.
Come Friday and into the weekend thunderstorms chances pick back up as a system rolls through here. The better chances right now will be during Friday and Saturday.
Meteorologist Micah Harris
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