With that said, we once again find ourselves in situation where the rain will end as snow. As you can imagine, I'm a little hesitant to say that there "will not be much accumulation", BUT I'm going to do it anyway. Tomorrow morning does not look like a huge problem. Here are my thoughts right now:
- Most of the daytime hours will be dry and windy.
- Rain increases tonight.
- A squall line moves through between 2:00-4:00 AM.
- Severe weather threat is very low, but the winds could get gusty.
- 0.75-1.00" of RAINFALL expected.
- Briefly ends as snow around mid morning.
So, let's dive into some data. All of the models show a wet night across Region 8. These maps show what radar could look like at 3AM and you can see the heavier squall line that could have some thunder overnight:
We don't need any more rainfall, but it's coming. Most data is showing 0.75-1.00" of rainfall. Here are the model runs in graph form:
This is what it looks like on a map:
Lastly, some of the data still shows the rain ending as snow, but ALL DATA shows little to no accumulation:
So, get ready for a soggy night and a wet drive to work and school on Wednesday morning. Don't panic if you see snowflakes.