Snowy start to 2014, cold followsDecember 31st, 2013 at 4:48 pm by Robb Ellis under Weather
Ready to start 2014? The Forecast 8 weather team is! Especially considering the first week of 2014 will be a busy one. A weak snowy system arrives on New Year’s Day and brings light accumulation overnight. Then several rounds of bitterly cold air arrive along with a weekend winter storm.
Tonight:Happy New Year! Partly cloudy skies will remain in place with cold temperatures. Mid 20s are expected for midnight with overnight lows in the low 20s.
New Years Day:
Clouds will increase through the day with temperatures reaching the mid 30s. Snow arrives in the afternoon and evening and continues through the early morning hours. Accumulation of 1 to 3″ is expected through Thursday morning. Lows near 20.
Thursday and Friday:
Much colder air arrives as snow showers wrap up Thursday morning. Highs for the remainder of the week will stay in the low 20s with overnight lows in the 10s and single digits. Mostly clear to partly cloudy skies.
While Saturday looks uneventful with seasonable temperatures, Sunday brings big changes. A wintry system arrives and brings snow, with accumulation likely. Highs near 30. Strong north winds bring incredibly cold air by Monday morning, with lows near 0.
Snow continues into Monday morning with very cold temperatures. Highs in the mid 10s and another night of lows near 0. Partly cloudy skies for Tuesday with highs near 16.