Hello! Let’s try a forecast for once.
At 1215PM, CT, Danville was reporting a temperature of 29 degrees with light flurries and overcast skies. Danville found itself within a wave that has been rotating around a vast area of low pressure now over northeastern Canada. Persistent northerly flow has been blunted by the overcast this feature on the Labrador coast has produced, and a sharp cool down isn’t expected and hasn’t been seen.
At the upper levels, a broad upper level trough will only intensify, but because of that, the low along the Labrador Coast will remain in place. Overcast skies with a chance of flurries will continue through the day today, but a well defined surface trough will move in on Saturday to provide a bit of oomph to the snow shower activity.
Tomorrow – Flurries and overcast, High 33, Low 24
Saturday – A few snow showers, High 32, Low 22
TWC: Tomorrow – Overcast (early snow), High 31, Low 27
Saturday – Cloudy skies. A few flurries are possible High 31, Low 24
AW: Tomorrow – Cloudy, breezy and chilly High 29, low 27
Saturday – Mostly cloudy, breezy and chilly High 29, Low 24
NWS: Tomorrow -A chance of flurries before 7am, then a chance of flurries with a slight chance of snow showers between 7am and 4pm, then a chance of flurries after 4pm. Cloudy, High 31, Low 28
Saturday – A chance of flurries. Mostly cloudy High 32, Low 24
WB: Tomorrow – Cloudy, chance of flurries. High 28, Low 26
Saturday – Mostly cloudy, High 29, Low 25
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy with light snow showers, High 30, Low 25
Saturday – Mostly cloudy, High 30, Low 23
FIO: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy throughout the day. High 32, Low 25
Saturday – Flurries in the morning. High 32, Low 25
That’s pretty grim. A lot of clouds and not much change in the weather pattern. Satellite shows a thick swath of low clouds over the region.