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By: NEwxguy , 2:25 PM GMT on February 19, 2014
After a long weekend,in which I spent two of the days clearing snow,back for a short week.We have a warmup starting today lasting until Saturday,then the artic air comes back and possible coastal storms again.For those of you tired of winter,this brief break is welcome,but it won't last.Two possible rain events,late today and again on Friday.Far northwest areas my have a period of freezing rain to contend with at the start of each rain event.Northern areas will see more snow later today and this evening.
After a chilly night below freezing this morning,with lots of ice and frozen slush around,temps should rebound pretty quickly and most of the frozen stuff should be gone by afternoon.This will be the best day for the foreseeable future.Tomorrow will be around 50,but heavy showers will move in in the afternoon.Tonight we may see some snow/sleet/and freezing rain until morning.Then a slow cool down this weekend and return to below normal temps next week.
Snow melt the next couple of days,before winter sets back in for next week.Cold returns starting late Sunday and two chances for snow.First is late Sunday,at least a few inches,but with all coastal storms track and strength is critical,does not look major at this time,then once the arctic air settles in we turn our eyes to midweek coastal event,which could be a major snowfall,but still way too early to start making any big predictions.We'll just have to wait until early next week for models to get better data.
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