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Southern Snowstorm Stays South Clouds Cold Sunday
Today we are sitting in high clouds thanks to the well advertised Southern Snowstorm. That southern snowstorm stays south of us with the only consequence being high clouds that have pushed northward into Southern New England this morning with a heavier high overcast to the south. The lack of a decent amount of sunshine is going to put a cap on high temperatures as we will likely not get much above the mid to upper 30s.
The snow has made it in view of the regional radar with the northern edge of the accumulating snow into Northern Virginia but to the south of Washington DC. Heavy snow lies across much of Southern & Southwestern Virginia into North Carolina. The snow is move mainly to the east northeast and I do not expect to see the northern fringe of precipitation reach any further north than Southern Delaware.
Cold weather continues this week and there is no rain or snow in the forecast through at least Thursday. The only forecast dilemma is figuring out how much cloud cover we will see each day. We should also see some sunshine each day as well once this southern snowstorm moves offshore and to the east which it will do tonight and Monday. Look for highs each day in the upper 30s to some lower 40s and nighttime lows in the 20s. By the time we reach Friday warmer air arrives in time for the next storm system next Saturday and with that we see all rain here and no snow issues.
As far as the southern snowstorm is concerned we have a slew of Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories along with the latest snowfall forecast maps for that region. here.These maps update automatically as the National Weather Service updates their forecast so bookmark and check them again later today
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