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Somewhat subjective weather estimation per day, on a scale from 0 to 10.
4/10: Early sun with a little rain or wet snow is not a complete catastrophe, but, of course, the descent of the last few days.
Today: Increase in clouds, chance of rainy rain / wet snow. Maximum: Upper 30 to 40 years.
Tonight: Rainy, winter mix is far from N & W. Cons: Mid-upper 30's.
Tomorrow: Become partly sunny and fresh.
After a decent morning in the middle of the day, in some areas light rain and wet snow may be late in the evening until evening, before the rainy night. The weather then becomes brighter and breezy for the President's Day, allowing us to focus our attention on a potentially significant winter winter storm of winter, which looks more likely to bring some accumulated snow late Tuesday night on Wednesday, followed by winter mix and then rain.
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Today (Sunday): This is basically a clear and cold beginning, but it is associated with a change, at least in the "largely understandable" part. The clouds increase late in the morning when our next system is approaching from the southwest, limiting the peaks in the upper part of the 30's to 40's. The areas of light rain and wet snow may develop late afternoon, but the temperature will be higher than the freezing point. Trust : Medium-high
Tonight: Most of us should change rain only in the evening. But our distant northern and western suburbs can hold a bit of wet snow or freezing rain in the middle of the evening, with perhaps isolated, icy spots on rough surfaces, if the temperature drops for a short time around freezing. During the night it is only light rain with high temperatures in the middle to the top 30 years. Few places of fog or mist could be delayed when the showers came out in the morning. Safe night for sure. Confidence: Medium-high
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Tomorrow (Presidents Day): The rain should be completed before the rising of the sun with a cold front passing through the morning, but the cold air comes slowly. So even with the increasingly turbulent wind from the northwest, the maxima must reach the upper 40s to about 50, when the sky is partially sunny. In the daytime, the wind can plunge about 30 mph. Confidence: Medium-high
Tomorrow evening: The sky continues to be cleared at night, and with the influx of colder and more dry air the temperature quickly falls after dark. The wind continues from the northwest, but loses its impact, since it falls from the bottom in the mid 20's to the low 30's, partly to a predominantly clear sky. Confidence: Medium-high
On Tuesday strong high pressure provides mostly partly the sunshine sky and lower temperatures with highs in the low 40s or so, Although it's not so bad with light winds. The storm system fits from the southwest during the evening, and as the falls drop to low until the mid-30's, the snow should develop during the night or until the morning. Confidence: Medium
Accumulative snow seems more likely Wednesday in the morning, with several inches possible, it is likely to change into a winter mix later in the morning for a day or evening before switching to Rain at Wednesday night, with temperatures held in the 30s everywhere. As usual, this transition occurs mainly from the south-east to the northwest, with our northern and western neighborhoods kept at winter rainfall and temperatures at a temperature below or below freezing. It's too early to get into specific amounts of snow, especially when and where the rainfall will occur, but we will provide a full update later today. Trust: Low-calorie
POTENTIAL SUN INDEX
Daily assessment of the potential of at least 1 inch of snow the following week, on a scale of 0-10.
6/10 ( 45 ): Maybe it has not yet been closed, but increased confidence that snow is late Tuesday night on Wednesday, before getting into the winter mix.
Dan Stillman contributed to this prediction.