A Chance of Snow on Thursday VA 1-16-13

A stationary front continues to linger in the vicinity of the region.  Morning showers should wane by the afternoon.  Another area of low pressure develops tonight and will track northeast along the frontal boundary tomorrow.  Showers re-appear late tonight and will continue into tomorrow morning before changing over to snow mid-morning.  Accumulations in the range of 2-4″ seems to be plausible at this time by Friday morning.

High pressure quickly moves in Friday and sunshine returns.  Temperatures will be on the colder side.  It’ll be a pretty nice day to get some turns in at the ski areas.

The weekend sees continued sunshine with overnight temperatures that will allow for snowmaking.  Colder air begins to arrive on Monday and is the beginning of what looks to be a FRIGID week.

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