Sunday, December 21, 2014

White Christmas looking less likely, but off-white possible

I normally don't post the 7-day forecast on here, but with the holiday week ahead... and me being off the next two days I figured it would help paint the picture for Central Ohio.

Monday should be dry most of the day.  Rain will move in late in the evening and overnight... I have the twenty percent chance of rain for the far western portions of the viewing area.  Tuesday we will likely have rain showers in the morning then a break in the rain later in the day.  It will be a warm afternoon and then the rain moves back in Wednesday.  The cold front is slated to move through Central Ohio the afternoon of Christmas Eve.  So temperatures will plummet and winds will pick up.  Right now most of Christmas Eve evening will remain rain, but some snow may mix in on the back edge of the precipitation.  Based on the latest forecast information, it looks like maybe a dusting... if that... for Christmas morning.  Light snow showers may stick around through the day, along with the gusty winds.  We are still 3-4 days out, so please check back for changes... considering that the Low is still way out west of the Rockies.  Another weak system may bring a dusting by Saturday morning and then colder temps.  Have a good one!

Andrew Buck Michael

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