Blustery but mild, storm lining up
Temperatures hold nearly steady tonight either side of 30 degrees thanks to a steady south breeze. That south wind shoots the temps up into the mid 40s on Wednesday… despite cloud cover. Wind gusts will push 30 mph out of the south. Even over the snow pack, this should be enough to keep temps warming.
Thursday holds into the low 40s before falling in the day’s second half. Rain takes over through the morning then the snow will quickly follow. That transition occurs in the early/mid afternoon. Once snow arrives, it will be rather intense, overpowering the warm scenario quickly. Snow looks to be more progressive, exiting by early Thursday night. Amounts are still a bit tricky but at least a few inches of accumulation look likely… enough for travel impacts. Add in wind gusts from the north/northwest reaching 35 mph and it will be a recipe for travel slowdowns.