I hope everyone had an enjoyable Thanksgiving weekend. I know I ate way too much and am still feeling the effects this morning. I’m definitely going to be headed to the gym tonight to work off all of that food.
It’s not a particularly nice morning across the region. We have scattered showers across most of the region, with heavier precipitation in the western portion of the state. The culprit is a complex system which will move through the region over the next 48 hours. Warm, moist southeasterly winds will create heavy rainfall over the next couple of days Most of the heavier precip won’t arrive until tomorrow but there will still be showers around this afternoon and tonight.
Things get interesting tomorrow night as colder air arrives. Snow showers will begin in the evening as temperatures drop with the passage of a cold front. They will continue into Wednesday before tapering off Wednesday night. Accumulations looks to be in the 1-3″ range.
Things should quiet down by Thursday as high pressure builds in behind the front. Cooler air will remain though and it looks like the ski resorts will be able to make snow for an extended period of time. I’m hoping we’ll see a few openings on Saturday. Make sure to check Ski Southeast for all info pertaining to the ski areas.