January 25, 2021 by Meteorologist, Michael Page
So far January has been much milder than average, and much less snowy than average. Although trending cooler for the last week, it still seems like significant storms will stay away.
Seasonable Temperatures Much of the Week
While everything is relative, especially in the winter, this month has been much milder than average. Through this point in the month the average temperature is about 5 degrees warmer than normal.
This week will bring more seasonable conditions, with sunshine and daytime temperatures in the 30s on Monday.
Clouds will increase on Tuesday, but temperatures will remain in the 30s during the day.
Storms Close, but Only Light Snow
Late Tuesday into Wednesday a storm will pass to our south.
Even though most of the storm will miss us, it will likely still get close enough for some snow showers during that time frame.
A second storm will pass to our south later in the week, bringing a few more flurries and snow showers Thursday into Friday.
Accumulation with these snow showers, if any, would be a dusting-1”.
Daytime temperatures will also be in the 30s during this time.
Cold Blast Late Week
Behind these storms a cold north wind will blow in chillier air.
Daytime highs on Friday and Saturday will likely only be in the 20s, with teens at night.