WE”RE ON SNOW WATCH!
Sounds exciting, but you know what that means…in this case just some real light stuff early Thursday. Most likely kids won’t be sledding on inches of snow tomorrow morning. In fact it’s unlikely we get even as much snow as we saw back in mid December. BUT, we’ll see snowflakes in the air again and in Portland that’s exciting!
THIS EVENING & OVERNIGHT:
We go mostly dry, just a few rain showers through 8pm, then nothing going on through most of the rest of the night. Ice on roads probably won’t be a problem with not much falling out of the sky, but something to watch. Low around 34.
TOMORROW MORNING 6-9 AM:
A burst of showers may arrive, if so it would be all snow and could stick. The main issue is there just isn’t a lot of anything falling.
Lowest elevations: NOTHING TO A DUSTING
Near/above 1,000′: DUSTING TO 1″ (could be some snow-covered roads at the top of the West Hills/Mt. Scott/Sandy etc…)
THE REST OF TOMORROW:
Partly cloudy with a flurry or shower possible, a real quiet weather day. High near 40
Here is the snow accumulation forecast from our RPM model (18z version), it doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in a snow day for the kids or teachers:
I’ll blog later about the possibility for snow BEYOND tomorrow and Friday…
Chief Meteorologist Mark Nelsen