TODAY: CLOUDY- MILD – MAYBE A SHOWER – LOWER 50S
TNTE: CLOUDY- SOME RAIN BY MORNING – LOWER 40S
TUES: PERIODS OF RAIN CHANGING TO SNOW SHOWERS AS IT TURNS WINDY AND COLDER. HIGHS FALLING THRU 30S INTO 20S.
WED: SUNNY- BRISK – COLD – LOWER 30S
WEATHER TRIVIA:1940- ARMISTICE DAY STORM – WORST IN UPPER GREAT LAKES: 49 DEAD IN MINNESOTA, 59 IN MICHIGAN – 17” SNOW IN IOWA.
This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for northwestern Connecticut, the Catskills and mid-Hudson Valley in eastern New York.Monday through Saturday.Light accumulations of snow, sleet or freezing rain are possible Monday night into early Tuesday. Should confidence increase in ice accumulations, a winter weather advisory may be needed. Falling temperatures on Tuesday could lead to hazardous travel conditions for the morning commute.
Above – early morning temperatures: icy cold moving across Great Lakes with some snow. It will move into the East Tuesday so that by Wednesday much of the Nation is unseasonably cold weather. Below – satellite + radar showing that front from Plains to Great Lakes.
Below – animated maps tracking that cold front – followed by rainfall projections into Saturday.
Lastly – snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.