Heads up! Our models have been consistent and are predicting the potential for accumulating snow for all our area on Tuesday.
It will start off as rain, as temps will warm into the upper 50s during the day Monday, but the cold air comes in quick and by early Tuesday all of us will see snow.
The snow will continue into early afternoon before moving out of our area. It does look like all of us could see accumulating snow, but the question is how much. Right now, there is an indication that a secondary low will develop along the cold front to the south of us and if this happens this would help enhance our snow totals.
Right now, areas north of I-40 have the best bet of seeing the highest totals, but this could all change so stay tuned to the Weather Authority Forecast.
Whatever snow we do see, it will stick around because it will be followed by the coldest air of the season! Temps on Wednesday will start in the teens and only warm into the 20s for highs. A few areas may also fall into the single digits.
That also means there will be widespread slick spots not only Tuesday when it is snowing but Wednesday too since it will stay below freezing all day! In fact, it looks like we won’t get above freezing until Friday!