Light snow is likely by Monday morning. Most of the sprinkles will be limited to areas of the Northern Mountains and Shasta County today, but some could spill into the Northern Sierra. Amid gusty southwest winds, temperatures should scoot from the 60s early to the 70s to around 80 by midday or afternoon.
We have the chance of rain for the next two days in Southern New England.a chilly rain Tuesday and “milder” rain for Wednesday.
Sun: High: 57 Low: 33 Some morning showers then mostly cloudy, breezy. At this time, no impacts are expected for travel in Mid-Missouri Sunday since during most of the event, we’ll be above freezing. There may also be a few peeks of sunshine in the afternoon. Lows in the upper 50s. The further away from the relatively cool Gulf waters, will lead toward more sunshine, and temperatures could reach the 80s.
On Friday, the NCM added that, “The amount of clouds will increase over some eastern, coastal areas and islands”.
Clouds will build in tonight as a cold front approaches the region. Due to the heavy amounts of moisture and the cold temperatures, while hard to see accumulation this time of the year, it would be possible. Pockets of snow for the morning and evening, with rain and snow mixing during the day. It could be, as there are some signs of some much warmer weather lurking for later next week and into the following weekend. Dry and even warmer conditions are ahead for your Monday. Right now it looks like an area of low pressure will arrive on Saturday.
“We’re we’re going to see a band of showers pushing up from the south with a risk of hail and thunder as well”. It appears the line of storms will lose strength overnight Tuesday as it works towards the south and east and tracks through the Birmingham metro.