Teachman’s Take: Another Arctic Blast With Snow Ahead

This morning the clouds are holding strong with brisk winds as temperatures continue to fall.  Temps this morning will be near the freezing point.  We’ll keep cooling off into the middle 20s by the evening drive as sunshine returns.  Winds will be sustained between 10 and 20 MPH, making it feel like the teens.

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There is one storm system of note that will produce widespread snow across the Storm Track 5 area.  It will arrive after 10 PM Wednesday and linger through the Thursday AM commute.  Anywhere from 1″ to 2″ of snow is likely.

Snow’s arrival:

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Lingers through the overnight:

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Starts to taper after the AM commute:

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Evening drive will be much quieter than Thursday morning:

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Potential snowfall accumulations:

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In the days to come, highs will remain below freezing through Saturday.  Overnight lows will be dangerously cold in the single digits and wind chills near zero.  We will start to warm above freezing next Sunday and throughout next week.

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Take care,

Teach

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