The month of February will finish how it started… colder than normal. Under a clear sky tonight lows will drop into the low/middle teens and a good 10-15 degrees below normal.
Sunshine will be deceiving in the morning with wind chills in the single digits to near zero. The bright sky gives way to increasing clouds in the afternoon as quick-moving upper disturbance rides the cold northwest flow aloft into Central Indiana.
Another area of light to moderate snow will impact areas along and north of I-70. Nothing too heavy, but heavier bursts could drop 2-3″ in some locations by Tuesday morning…when roads may get slick for some.
The image below is the latest FutureTrak13 model output which is subject to change both in amounts and location. Check back Monday afternoon for updates. The bigger story this week will be temperatures more indicative of mid-January and not late February.
In fact “highs” this week will be near or below the average low! Winter 2013-14 continues to unrelenting.
We’re keeping a close eye on next Sunday for accumulating snow potential across the Ohio Valley. Check back for updates and the pattern beyond the next 7 days look cold too. Have a great night and even better week – Sean Ash