Tuesday Evening (Feb 24)
Unseasonably cold weather will continue until the weekend when some warmer weather should return for a few mild, wet days early next week.
Main storm track should continue over the Gulf Coastal states through late week. Meanwhile the northern (Polar) jet does bring us yet another shot of very cold weather Thursday. That could also bring a shot at some snow flurries or snow showers Thursday.
Both the northern and southern jets show signs of getting much more energetic by late in the weekend, but they should phase into one very strong storm over the central U.S by Mon/Tue. Actual surface feature will pass north of us, so rain, not snow, will hit us. If things continue to shape up they way the models currently portray, we could well see the first big severe weather outbreak over the southcentral and southeastern U.S. Mon/Tue.
Becoming cloudy overnight…low…24
Partly cloudy tomorrow with a high of 34.