Happy Sunday everyone! Hope you have all had a great weekend so far and are ready for the Super Bowl tonight. We will dive into what you can expect for the game and into a active next week, right here.
Waking up this morning you can expect to seem some pretty chilly temperatures in the upper 20s and the possibility of some lingering light snow showers.
Aside from the cold, you could also experience some gusty winds this morning, but this will die down quickly throughout the day. Temperatures, unfortunately, won’t get out of the 30s today, but clouds will slowly thin out all day. All together this makes for a good night to stay inside and watch the game.
Starting off the workweek, you can expect to see partly cloudy skies in the morning with temperatures in the 20s warming their way up the mid-40s by the afternoon. Conditions will also stay dry throughout the day.
In the picture above you can see a low pressure system centered over Oklahoma and Texas, this and the weather it produces, will be the main focus after Monday.
Tuesday & Beyond
Tuesday night is when we see the pattern ramp back up and we will see the possibility of multiple rounds of wintry precipitation. Most notably will be Tuesday night into Wednesday and Wednesday night into Thursday.
Models have been struggling to get a solid grasp on what to exactly see this week so it is important to stay up to date to new forecasts when they become available.
That arctic air that we have been mentioning will play a large role in whether we see snow, rain, or a mix throughout the week. As of right now we are in the battleground where temperatures can go either way.
The takeaway from all of this is that we will be seeing a few rounds of precipitation, and there is a good chance we will see wintry precip with some of it.
With all of that said, I hope you all enjoy the game tonight, please be safe and keep an eye out from further updates from us. I also encourage you all to look us up on our social media pages, @wxornotBG.