Well, it looks like the storm tomorrow is going to be suppressed to the south. As I said on my last post, the teleconnections just do not support a major storm, and the jets just will not phase in time to turn the storm northward. Right now, the system is wrecking havoc on the south with severe storms and heavy rain. It will continue its eastward track and drop some substantial snow fall in Virginia.
The week ahead will be another quiet one, with temperatures going back into the 50s and high 40s. Winter is starting to transition into an early spring. Our chances for a snowstorm will continue to diminish as the jet stream shifts and the sun angle increases.
Our next chance for some precipitation will be next Friday.