Dry and cold weather continues through Saturday. The systems are continuing to split off the coast causing all of the precip to stay to our North.
The next storm approacing the coast on Saturday is going to start to split but now the forecast models are suggesting the Southern half of the storm will hold together enough to come inland and bring us snow. We could see snow beginning Saturday night and lasting through the day on Sunday. Total snowfall could be around 3-6 inches at the base and 6-9 inches up top.
Some of the forecast models bring a second wave through Monday doubling the snowfall. This is a new development today so we will have to watch this over the next 2 days. But it is looking much more likely we will see accumulation snowfall this weekend.
Next week we will have a break Tuesday and Wednesday. The temperatures will climb on Wednesay into the 40's ahead of a cold trough that will dig into the West on Thursday. We may see several more inches of snow with the cold front as it blasts through on Thursday.
After that the pattern looks to stay quiet with big storms still alluding us. Right now it looks like the bigger storms may return after mid-month as the ridge off the coast begins to retrograde West away from the coast opening the storm door. BA