Well everyone, it is that time. By that I mean, snow! All of this wind was a system coming in from a low off the coast of British Columbia sending very cold air our way, and with that comes precipitation in the form of snow. Friday, we are going to see rain showers throughout the day with a high near 45 and a low near 44. Saturday, we are going to see rain showers throughout the day with a high near 44 and a low near 31. The first snowfall should occur Saturday night, it will likely be mixed with rain so accumulation of less than a half inch is possible. Sunday, we are going to see show showers throughout the day with a high near 39 and a low near 28. Sunday night will be the big snowfall night, we are going to see snow accumulations from 1 to 3 inches potentially causing school delays or closures. Monday, we will see more snow showers throughout the day with a high near 35 and a low near 23. Everyone enjoy your weekends, stay safe out on the roads and don’t forget to give yourself some time to scrape windows and commute Monday morning!
Tony Propp recently graduated high school. He is planning to attend The University of Oklahoma and is currently a National Weather Service (Skywarn) Storm spotter. He is also known nationally for his forecasts and storm chasing. His storm chasing team is called Mesochase which chases here in the Northwest as well as the Plains of northern Texas, through Oklahoma into Kansas.