Forecasters Watching for Potential Storm Next Weekend; Wintry Mix Thursday

| January 14, 2019 | 0 Comments | News

This weekend’s storm is barely over and National Weather Service forecasters are monitoring new active weather systems in the coming week.

According to NWS, a “dynamic system” will make it’s way across the county and potentially impact the region next weekend.

“A low pressure system is forecasted to develop in the south-central US and intensify as it moves northeastward,” a forecaster said. “At this time uncertainty is quite high, but with ample available cold air in vicinity of and behind a likely very dynamic system, there is potential for a significant storm.”

Highs temperatures will average near season normals in the 30s-40s and lows in the 20s for from Thursday through Sunday; very cold air will follow the system.

Forecasters also project a high pressure Thursday morning will give way to a fast moving system moving east from the central United States.

“While weak and relatively moisture-limited, a period of precipitation is likely late Thursday and Thursday night,” he said. “There may be enough cold air in place to bring a wintry mix of precipitation to the region.”

Stay tuned to for more weather information as it becomes available.

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