Not much, but it’s a good start
Monday, November 11, 2019
Forecasters and forecast models all seem to be on the same page with the cold front moving through this evening. Late afternoon rain should change over to light snow between 7 – 8 P.M. around the metro area. Snow should be light and be over by midnight. Then a wintry blast of cold air takes over for a few days.
It’ll probably take about 1-2 hours after the snow begins before temperatures drop below freezing. Nevertheless, we’ll probably see a little snow on grassy areas – up to 1″ in colder suburban areas. No more than a few icy spots on roads, especially bridges and overpasses. No problems are expected for the morning rush hour(s).
No wonder squirrels seem busy these days. It takes at least 100 acorns for an average squirrel to make it through a winter.