I know it’s only Monday, but models have been consistent with developing another winter storm late this week into next weekend in the central and eastern US. The Euro has kept the northern track while the GFS has it a bit further south. The potential for a heavy accumulating snow is there SOMEWHERE in the Ohio Valley–whether that falls in the Region or not will be sorted out in the days to come.
Here’s the Monday morning run of the Euro model which shows a real healthy strip of snow from Kansas to the Region to the eastern US. The track, intensity, and amount of moisture that this storm will have available will fluctuate over the coming days, but we have a good idea that there will be an impactful storm somewhere in the Ohio Valley next weekend!
I’m fairly confident in one thing this far out–we have some bitterly cold air that will follow this storm system and we look to turn much colder to end January and perhaps begin February. Stay tuned for updates throughout the week!