Models have a pretty good idea of the weather PATTERN over the next 10-15 days, but it’s the details that always need ironed out. The pattern through the rest of February takes our quick cold hit and turns it into another relatively mild stretch for–you guessed it, the eastern half of the US. (same pattern we’ve seen all winter). The result looks to be storm systems that travel through the Ohio Valley with all the heavier snow staying north and west of the Region. Obviously, things can change, but that seems to be the going trend through the end of the month.
Check out the snowfall forecast the next two weeks: