|NWS Early Sunday PM Headlines|
It's pretty nice this afternoon. Is it really going to snow?
Partly to mostly cloudy skies will give way to all clouds later this afternoon, but before that happens, a few breaks of sun will help keep temperatures in the upper 30's and low 40's. However, they will fall into the upper 20's and low 30's this evening. It is not a classic "noreaster" set up because there is no cold Canadian high pressure to our north supplying the region with a fresh supply of Arctic air. The first few hours of snow will fall with temperatures near freezing so expect so wet flakes to start. By 1 AM, Worcester County will be in the upper 20's. So it won't be a powder bomb like Thursday morning, but it also won't be a heavy wet "spring" snow either.
What is the storm doing right now?
The storm is currently dropping snow across Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. The south is seeing heavy rainfall and severe weather.
|WSI/Wunderground Intellicast National Radar 1215 PM|
|NOAA GOES EAST (16) Continental US IR Satellite|
|WPC Surface Fronts/Precipitation Sunday 1 PM|
|16z HRRR Simulated Radar Sunday 5 to 9 PM (image WeatherModels.com)|
|WPC Surface Fronts/Precipitation Monday 1 AM, 7 AM|
|16z HRRR Simulated Radar Sunday 9 PM to Monday 5 AM (image WeatherModels.com)|
|NWS Snowfall forecast through Monday 1 PM (image WeatherModels.com)|