It’s the first full week of the new year and our overall weather pattern continues to be a very active one.
Our focus is on a fast-moving clipper rolling into Tuesday. This looks to bring a period of light rain and a little light snow across the eastern half of the state.
Once this moves away, it’s a bowling ball type system then moves through the Mississippi Valley and into The Tennessee Valley on Thursday. This looks like a west-east moving system that spreads rain and snow along and north of the track of the low. The exact track of this will be the determining factor on if we can get in on some accumulating snow somewhere across the state. As of now, odds favor this potential being across the southern half of the commonwealth.
After that blows through, the stage is set for something else to come from more of a southwesterly direction late next weekend or early in the following week. That could bring winter weather back into the region.