A secondary dry cold front is swinging through for your Tuesday morning. This will bring a colder change, with more wind in the forecast. This Canadian cold air mass combined with wind will bring back our wind chill values to the region, so it’s time to layer-up again.
The air mass will settle-in and calm our winds by mid week. Friday morning another front will zip through the region. This will scoop-up little moisture for a brief shot Friday morning for lightly scattered showers.
Saturday is transition day, with a rather seasonal cool but pleasant day before a more potent area of low pressure system dives down far enough in the Gulf to bring all day rain into the region Sunday into early morning Monday.
Any wintry mix at this time based on the long range MOS would not sustain rain, sleet, or snow…At this time but we are still in the thick of winter, so the First Alert Weather Team is watching this closely.