So I think I got Dawn and Summer sick. They wouldn't take naps at the same time, so thankfully Summer was pretty happy once she woke up.
Snow is on the way!
Here is the RPM's forecast of snow by 5PM today. I think it may be
under-doing it just a tad, so you may want to add a little for the SW
More snow arriving Midday Friday through Saturday morning.
Before the map of snow, here's the extended forecast... Tracking a few winter systems on the way. Today we will see snow
showers through the morning and midday, but the snow will be moving out
by the afternoon and evening. Accumulations will be up to 1" across most
of Central Ohio, with slightly higher totals
possible in spots, mainly for Southern and Western Ohio. Tonight we see
the clouds break up a little and staying partly cloudy Thursday. A
major winter storm will hit the the Midwest and East Coast Friday and
early Saturday. Central Ohio will be on the far
Northern edge of the system so there will be a sharp cut off from
little to no snow, to a lot of snow. The heaviest snow for the storm is
still looking to track from Kentucky through West Virginia and up into
Maryland. For Central Ohio, the snow will arrive
midday Friday and be wrapping up by daybreak Saturday.
Most of Central
Ohio could see up to 2". Southern and Eastern Ohio will see the most
snow with Pike and Athens County potentially seeing 6"+. The forecast
models are still disagreeing a little on the track
of the storm, so stay tuned because a small shift in the storm could
drastically change our snowfall forecast. Dry late Saturday and Sunday
then a winter mix early next week. Have a good one!