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Potential for Snow This Weekend

Will the cold air bring any snow with it?

As I mentioned a couple of days ago, a potential snow maker will be developing later this week and bring the possibility of snow as far south as Atlanta, and possibly even further south. I know... I can hear the voices in your head (didn't know I could do that, did you?) saying "What? No way!" and you may be right. But for now, the chance is there, so let's see how this may play out.

First, the Hydrometeorological Prediction Center (HPC) had this to say this morning:

ANOTHER TROUGH REACHING THE WEST COAST BY TUE. CONFIDENCE REMAINS LOW WITH ERN CONUS/WESTERN ATLANTIC SURFACE EVOLUTION DURING SAT-SUN GIVEN PERSISTENTLY LARGE SPREAD AMONG MODEL/ENSEMBLE SOLUTIONS. DEPENDENCE ON IMPORTANT SHORTWAVE DETAILS THAT ARE TYPICALLY DIFFICULT TO RESOLVE SEVERAL DAYS OUT IN TIME WOULD SUGGEST IT MAY TAKE A WHILE TO RESOLVE SPECIFIC SENSIBLE WEATHER IMPACTS FOR LOCATIONS NEAR THE EAST COAST.

In other words, the models have widely differing opinions on how this system will evolve, and it will take several days before we know anything for sure (and are we ever sure?). Either way, this is going to be fun to track and I'll keep you informed on its progress as the week progresses. Last night I posted a couple of links for the GFS ensembles so you could see the variation in the solutions, here are several links for your viewing pleasure, all focused around 132 hours, but you can piuck and choose the time frame:

 

And snow or no snow, this will be the coldest air of the season for the Atlanta area. Robert Gamble at WXSouth.com had this to say about the temperatures:

"All models have the coldest thickness of Winter coming right across the heart of the Southeast. It's about time. Most areas of BHM to ATL probably won't get out of the 30s on Saturday with full sun.  If there is any snow cover at all, Sunday morning lows will be lower teens, maybe even lower."  

Not too much to add right now, I'll have more to add as new model runs come in.

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North Georgia Weather February 12, 2013 at 07:25 PM
I'm hanging on by a thread too Terrie! The models are going back and forth on this, the latest Euro runs are more encouraging than yesterday when they showed basically nothing. The GFS lost it on the last couple of runs, but we still have a long way to go. EXTENDED FORECAST DISCUSSION NWS HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD 1012 AM EST TUE FEB 12 2013 VALID 12Z FRI FEB 15 2013 - 12Z TUE FEB 19 2013 THE PATTERN IS AN ACTIVE ONE FOR THE CONTIGUOUS UNITED STATES THIS PERIOD, WITH ENERGY TRAVERSING THE NATION COAST TO COAST. THIS IS PEAK CLIMATOLOGY FOR WINTER STORMS OVER THE EASTERN STATES, SO ANY PHASING OF THE SPLIT FLOW COULD RESULT IN A HIGHLY IMPACTFUL CYCLONE FOR THAT REGION. THERE ARE TWO SYSTEMS FATED ON PHASING THAT MAY PROVE TO HAVE SUCH IMPACT. I believe we're trending in the right direction though. Many more model runs to go. The energy that may effect us is just now beginning to enter the west coast, so once that air is better sampled, the models will have much better initialization data to work with. In the mean time, we're in for a roller coaster of model watching!
Jimmy Orr February 12, 2013 at 08:56 PM
NGW, you're right. Phil is an idiot but, old Beau knows. :-)
North Georgia Weather February 12, 2013 at 09:41 PM
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PEACHTREE CITY GA 429 PM EST TUE FEB 12 2013 GAZ001>007-011>013-019>021-030-130130- DADE-WALKER-CATOOSA-WHITFIELD-MURRAY-FANNIN-GILMER-CHATTOOGA- GORDON-PICKENS-FLOYD-BARTOW-CHEROKEE-POLK- 429 PM EST TUE FEB 12 2013 ...SMALL ICE PELLETS POSSIBLE IN HEAVIER SHOWER ACTIVITY... A BAND OF MODERATE RAIN AND EMBEDDED SHOWERS WILL MOVE ACROSS THE AREA OVER THE NEXT 3 TO 4 HOURS. GIVEN THE TEMPERATURE PROFILE...IT WILL BE POSSIBLE FOR SMALL ICE PELLETS TO MIX IN AT TIMES WITH THE HEAVIER SHOWER ACTIVITY. THIS WILL BE AN ISOLATED EVENT AND GROUND TEMPERATURES REMAIN MUCH TOO WARM FOR ANY ACCUMULATIONS.
Timothy Hammond February 13, 2013 at 02:48 PM
I guess they will go ahead and close schools on Friday and Monday since the word SNOW was mentioned. We all know it will never happen.
North Georgia Weather February 13, 2013 at 02:54 PM
LOL! Here in Gwinnett, they're already closed on those days! The latest model runs are not very encouraging and appear to be more and more moisture starved. Our chances are slowly beginning to fade for this winter. Another 4 weeks of potential winter weather and that's about it.
North Georgia Weather February 13, 2013 at 03:21 PM
New runs just now coming in show the setup to be pretty close to what we need, but the devil is in the details. The problem with this model run so far is that the upper air energy is there, but no surface reflection. Strange run, but this is the GFS and it just doesn't have the resolution of the Euro. Here are two images from exactly the same time period, one is the Euro, one is the GFS. Open these up and put them side by side and notice the difference in detail. The GFS appears washed out and fuzzy compared to the sharpness of the additional detail of the Euro. GFS - http://www.daculaweather.com/images/2013_02/gfs_comparison.jpg Euro - http://www.daculaweather.com/images/2013_02/ecmwf_comparison.jpg The Euro does a better job of sniffing out pieces of energy that are floating around, and in the situation we have right now, I believe the Euro is the deterministic model to watch. Here's a link to the GFS loops, additional links to other GFS loops are on this page: http://www.daculaweather.com/4_gfs_00_500_nws_loop.php Here's a link to many of the NAM model loops. This page has links to additional NAM loops: http://www.daculaweather.com/4_nam_00_500_vort_nws_loop.php You can find SREF loops here: http://www.daculaweather.com/4_sref_03_500_nws_loop.php
Elizabeth February 13, 2013 at 03:51 PM
Hoping for no snow, but stocking up on milk and bread!!
North Georgia Weather February 13, 2013 at 03:56 PM
Don't stock up because of anything I've said! :-)
North Georgia Weather February 14, 2013 at 11:22 AM
Not entirely bad news this morning: STRONG COLD AIR ADVECTION WILL OCCUR DURING THE DAY ON SATURDAY. HIGHS WILL STRUGGLE TO GET OUT OF THE 30S IN THE NE CWA. ELSEWHERE...HIGHS IN THE 40'S ARE EXPECTED...WITH SOME LOWER 50'S IN SOUTH CENTRAL GA. WINDS WON'T COMPLETELY DECOUPLE OVERNIGHT...AND WITH OVERNIGHT MINS IN THE 20'S ACROSS MUCH OF THE AREA...WIND CHILLS IN THE TEENS WILL BE LIKELY. A STRONG MID LEVEL SHORTWAVE AND TROUGH WILL MOVE THROUGH THE SE STATES LATE SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING. THERE ISN'T MUCH MOISTURE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM...BUT WITH SUCH STRONG DYNAMICAL FORCING...IT MAY HELP TO PRODUCE SOME LIGHT SNOW SHOWERS ACROSS THE NORTHERN CWA INTO THE EVENING. A FEW FLURRIES ARE ALSO POSSIBLE AS FAR SOUTH AS THE ATLANTA METRO AREAS. ANY SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS WOULD BE LIMITED TO THE NORTHERN CWA.
North Georgia Weather February 14, 2013 at 11:23 AM
Moisture starved... if we just had this system when all the rain was here. Timing... timing... timing.
Tommy Hunter February 14, 2013 at 01:58 PM
So much for this winter. Just hoping and praying summer isn't brutal. However, I'm betting that since the weather folks have been talking a milder summer, it'll be one of our hottest ever. LOL
North Georgia Weather February 14, 2013 at 05:19 PM
Potential ice storm in 8 - 9 days... long way off though. The models are starting to trend a little stronger for something on Saturday night. Interesting to watch. :-)
North Georgia Weather February 14, 2013 at 07:31 PM
WITH TRENDS IN THE CANADIAN SWINGING TOWARDS A STRONGER SOLUTION (AS ADVERTISED BY THE UKMET FOR OVER A DAY NOW), AND THE MODEL CONSENSUS CURRENTLY LYING WITH THE NON-ECMWF RELATED GUIDANCE, THE 00Z GLOBAL ENSEMBLE GUIDANCE AND 00Z ECMWF ARE BEING GIVEN MINIMAL WEIGHT. THE PREFERENCE REMAINS A 12Z UKMET/12Z CANADIAN/12Z GFS COMPROMISE, WHICH IS PREFERRED WITH LOW CONFIDENCE CONSIDERING THE STREAM INTERACTION/PHASING INVOLVED WITH THIS SYSTEM, WHICH TENDS TO BE A LOW CONFIDENCE FORECAST IN ITSELF, AND SINCE THEIR SOLUTION OCCASIONALLY BREACHES THE 00Z GLOBAL ENSEMBLE GUIDANCE ENVELOPE WITH THE SURFACE LOW TRACK (TO THE WEST). THIS SYSTEM HAS BEEN MARKED AS A CANDIDATE FOR ATLANTIC TARGETED OBSERVATIONS/SHORT RANGE WINTER WEATHER RECONNAISSANCE. SEE OUR QPF AND WINTER WEATHER PRODUCTS/DISCUSSIONS FOR MORE DETAILS ON THE PRECIPITATION POTENTIAL OF THIS SYSTEM.
North Georgia Weather February 14, 2013 at 10:01 PM
I am very encouraged by the model runs today. The high resolution short range models are leading the way on this one. There were two Winter Recon flights today, one was "Kermit", an Orion WP-3D hurricane hunter which has just completed it's mission, running the entire length of the east coast taking upper air samples as well as dropping radiosondes to sample the entire column of air, from flight level to surface. Another flight, an Air Force WC-130J hurricane hunter made a pass across the Gulf of Mexico. Data from these two flights will be made available for ingest into the next model run. These flights are normally sent up when there are interesting weather events on the horizon, so they have better and more complete data for the computer models. In order for the models to provide good forecast guidance, the higher quality of the input data, the more accurate the forecast. This could possibly be a very interesting system for us and and all options are still on the table
North Georgia Weather February 15, 2013 at 11:32 AM
SNOW! THE NEXT ISSUE IS THE POTENTIAL FOR WINTRY PRECIP ON SATURDAY. BOTH THE GFS AND NAM HAVE A BULLSEYE OF OVER 1 INCH SOUTH OF CSG (Columbus) BY 18Z SATURDAY. 21Z SREF PROBS KEPT THE PROBABILITY OF MEASURABLE SNOW MUCH FARTHER NORTH...BUT THE NEW 03Z RUN JUST COMING IN LENDS MUCH MORE CREDENCE TO THE NAM AND GFS SOLUTIONS WITH A SWATH OF 60-70 PERCENT MEASURABLE SNOW BETWEEN THE NORTHEAST MOUNTAINS AND CTJ AT 12Z SATURDAY...AND BETWEEN ATL AND CSG AT 15Z /THOUGH THESE PROBS ARE FOR LESS THAN 1 INCH ACCUM/. OF COURSE...THE VERY STRONG CAA WILL BE COMPETING WITH RETREATING MOISTURE. VERY STEEP LAPSE RATES FROM 18-21Z ON SATURDAY WILL LEAD TO A VERY CONVECTIVELY-DRIVEN EVENT WITH WIDESPREAD COLD AIR STRATOCU OR PERHAPS EVEN COLD AIR CU...BUT THE DEPTH OF CONVECTION WILL BE VERY DEPENDENT ON MOISTURE AVAILABILITY AS THE UPPER TROUGH AXIS WILL BE MOVING INTO THE AREA BY THAT SAME TIME...PUSHING THE BEST MOISTURE TOWARD THE CAROLINAS. 850MB TEMPS DROP SIGNIFICANTLY DURING THE DAY WITH THE STRONG CAA ALOFT SO THICKNESSES ALL AGREE ON SNOW AT 850MB...IT IS JUST A MATTER OF WHETHER IT WILL MELT BEFORE REACHING THE GROUND. WITH THE EXPECTED CONVECTION.. ... continued
North Georgia Weather February 15, 2013 at 11:33 AM
SNOW! ... continued .IT IS LIKELY THAT AT LEAST SOME SNOW WILL REACH THE GROUND ACROSS MOST OF THE CWA IN A BRIEF WINDOW WHERE INCOMING COLD TEMPS WILL LINE UP BEST WITH THE MOISTURE. HOWEVER... IN CONVECTION...SURFACE TEMPS DO NOT HAVE TO BE QUITE AS COLD FOR SNOW TO REACH THE GROUND...SO EXPECT THAT SNOW WILL FALL AT TEMPS IN THE MID AND POSSIBLY UPPER 30S. THIS SAID...HAVE BROUGHT THE RAIN/SNOW MIX DOWN TO EXTREME SOUTHWEST ZONES FOR SATURDAY MORNING...WITH ALL SNOW AS FAR SOUTH AS A FRANKLIN TO MCDONOUGH TO ATHENS LINE. AT THIS POINT...NO ACCUMULATIONS ARE EXPECTED AS MOISTURE IS JUST NOT REALLY DEEP ENOUGH BUT MOISTURE TRENDS WILL HAVE TO BE MONITORED.
North Georgia Weather February 15, 2013 at 11:46 AM
Jacksonville NWS said possible flurries over SE Georgia...
Tommy Hunter February 15, 2013 at 01:36 PM
Cold chasing moisture NEVER works out. Don't get too excited Steve. ;-)
North Georgia Weather February 15, 2013 at 02:04 PM
The ONLY reason I'm excited is because it's been our only real chance all season! :-) I like the trend of the models though. This would not be your typical low pressure system, it's almost entirely a dynamic event driven by lots of upper level vorticity. The key will be the placement of the upper level energy as it rounds the base of the trough. A more southerly and westward movement changes things entirely. The details will be tomorrow, as it's still evolving. NOAA has been sending flight after flight of winter storm recons over the Atlantic, Pacific, and the Gulf of Mexico (there was one out in the Gulf this morning). This is all about timing and placement, as it always is in the south. The models have come in wetter and wetter and the column will be cold enough so that whatever falls in our area, will be in the form of snow. But yes, in it's current forecast, we are not in a favorable position for any significant amount of snow. Actually, Columbia SC might be a better place to go...
North Georgia Weather February 15, 2013 at 03:59 PM
From Greenville SC forecast office this morning: THE TRENDS IN GUIDANCE ARE A BIT ALARMING...AND IT IS NOT AT ALL UNCOMMON FOR THE MODELS TO POORLY HANDLE THE TIMING OF THE TRANSITION OF A SHORT WAVE TO A NEGATIVE TILT PHASE. WE WILL BEGIN SLOWLY RAMPING UP POPS FOR SATURDAY...ESPECIALLY ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST ZONES. WE WILL GENERALLY MENTION A RA/SN MIX...BUT ONCE WET BULB CONSIDERATIONS ARE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT...THE PREDOMINANT P-TYPE SHOULD INDEED BE SNOW. WE ARE CURRENTLY FORECASTING 30-40 POPS FOR ABOUT A HALF INCH OF SNOW...BUT WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR THIS FORECAST TO BUST ON THE WET SIDE
Jimmy Orr February 15, 2013 at 06:13 PM
NGW, been reading your "stuff" which is nothing unusual for me. Matter of fact my computer is programmed so the Weather Channel is the first thing I see each AM. After I take a look see at what those folks have to say, I log onto to Patch and get today's weather outlook from you. Somewhere in your "stuff" you mentioned four more weeks of winter. Sure sounds good but I won't feel that we are out of the woods cold weatherwise until March is over. In my 35 years with Southern Bell/BellSouth I well remember one of the worse ice storms we did resotration work on hit Atlanta in March of 1960. I believe it was 1960 but after 35 years of restoring service following the ravages of fires, floods, hurricanes, ice storms, and tornados, the year of the happening tends to slip your mind. BTW, are you up for a meet, greet, and eat? There is a good place right down the road from us. Your call.
North Georgia Weather February 16, 2013 at 12:19 AM
AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PEACHTREE CITY GA 708 PM EST FRI FEB 15 2013 BIGGER SHORT TERM ISSUE CONTINUES TO BE THE STRENGTH AND IMPACT OF THE SHORT WAVE AND ASSOCIATED COLD FRONT SWINGING THROUGH EARLY SATURDAY THROUGH SATURDAY AFTERNOON. MUCH COLDER AIRMASS SPILLS IN BEHIND THIS FRONT AND SHOULD USHER IN SOME OF THE COLDEST TEMPERATURES WE HAVE SEEN SO FAR THIS WINTER. THAT ASPECT REMAINS FAIRLY CONSISTENT FROM EARLIER FORECASTS. MODELS REMAIN SOMEWHAT DIVERGENT CONCERNING HOW MUCH PRECIPITATION WILL BE REALIZED FROM THIS SYSTEM. GFS IS NOTICEABLY STRONGER WITH THE SHORT WAVE AND A BIT MORE GENEROUS WITH QPF AMOUNTS...ALTHOUGH EVEN THE GFS IS ONLY GENERATING A TENTH OF AN INCH OR LESS OF ACTUAL QPF MOST AREAS. LOOKS LIKE MUCH OF NORTH AND A GOOD PORTION OF CENTRAL GEORGIA WILL SEE AT LEAST A MIXTURE OF RAIN AND SNOW DURING THE LATE NIGHT TONIGHT AND INTO SATURDAY PERIOD. WITH LOW QPF AMOUNTS EXPECTED...RELATIVE WARM AND MOIST SOILS AND SURFACE TEMPERATURES AT OR ABOVE FREEZING THROUGH THE MAJORITY OF THE PERIOD THAT PRECIPITATION IS EXPECTED...WE ARE NOT ANTICIPATING ANY SIGNIFICANT ACCUMULATIONS ANYWHERE IN THE FORECAST AREA. WE MAY SEE UP TO AN INCH IN THE HIGHEST ELEVATIONS OF THE NORTH GEORGIA MOUNTAINS AND A BRIEF DUSTING ON THE GRASS AND ELEVATED SURFACES IN THE MORNING ELSEWHERE.
North Georgia Weather February 16, 2013 at 11:03 AM
AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PEACHTREE CITY GA 411 AM EST SAT FEB 16 2013 THE BIG QUESTION WILL BE COLLOCATION OF MOISTURE AND INCOMING COLD AIR. CAA ALOFT WILL SERVE TO SIGNIFICANTLY STEEPEN LAPSE RATES THROUGH THE DAY AND THUS THINK THAT COLD AIR CONVECTIVE CU OR STRATOCU WILL FORM...LEADING TO RAIN/SNOW SHOWERS. MIGHT SEE A DUSTING IN THE MOUNTAINS BUT OTHERWISE TEMPS TOO WARM FOR ANYTHING TO STICK AND ACCUMULATE...BUT THAT SAID BECAUSE OF THE VERY COLD TEMPS ALOFT WOULD NOT BE SURPRISED TO SEE SNOW FALLING WITH TEMPS IN THE UPPER 30S. HAVE INCLUDED A MIX AS FAR SOUTH AS THE SOUTHERN METRO ATLANTA COUNTIES BUT ALL RAIN SOUTH OF APPROXIMATELY A LAGRANGE TO MACON TO WARRENTON LINE. WITH CYCLOGENESIS IN THE WESTERN ATLANTIC...BEST SNOW CHANCES WILL BE ACROSS THE CAROLINAS. BETWEEN 18-00Z...THERE MAY BE ENOUGH WRAPAROUND MOISTURE AS FLOW TRANSITIONS TO NORTHWEST FOR SOME OROGRAPHIC-ENHANCED SNOW SHOWERS IN THE MOUNTAINS...BUT AGAIN CHANCES REMAIN SLIM.
North Georgia Weather February 16, 2013 at 03:46 PM
Now to our east: ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 11 PM EST THIS EVENING... * LOCATIONS...CENTRAL AND NORTH MIDLANDS...AND PEE DEE. * HAZARD TYPES...SNOW. * SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...AROUND 1 INCH SNOW ACCUMULATION IN THE NORTH MIDLANDS AND PEE DEE. SNOW ACCUMULATION OF TRACE TO 1 INCH IN THE CENTRAL MIDLANDS INCLUDING COLUMBIA. * TIMING...THROUGH THE AFTERNOON AND ENDING IN THE EARLY EVENING. * IMPACTS...SNOW ACCUMULATION WILL BE MAINLY ON GRASSY AND ELEVATED SURFACES. HOWEVER...BRIDGES AND OVERPASSES MAY BECOME SLIPPERY.
North Georgia Weather February 17, 2013 at 02:00 PM
1150 PM EST SAT FEB 16 2013 ...COLD WIND CHILL VALUES EXPECTED TONIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING... A COLD ARCTIC AIR MASS WILL SPREAD INTO THE STATE TONIGHT. THE COMBINATION OF COLD TEMPERATURES AND NORTHWEST WINDS AROUND 10 MPH WILL PRODUCE LOW WIND CHILL VALUES TONIGHT AND SUNDAY MORNING. WIND CHILL VALUES ACROSS NORTH GEORGIA WILL DROP INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS AND LOW TO MID TEENS. ACROSS CENTRAL GEORGIA...WIND CHILL VALUES WILL DROP INTO THE MID TO UPPER TEENS. IF YOU CANNOT AVOID BEING OUTSIDE....TAKE PRECAUTIONS TO STAY SAFE IN THE COLD...SUCH AS WEARING EXTRA LAYERS OF CLOTHING AND LIMITING YOUR TIME OUTSIDE. REMEMBER TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS FOR YOUR PETS TOO.
Tommy Hunter February 18, 2013 at 02:05 AM
I'm ready for SPRING!!!!
R++ One of the Famous Dacula Crew February 18, 2013 at 04:37 AM
Thank you for your effort in keeping us informed as you do.
North Georgia Weather February 18, 2013 at 11:09 AM
I was a little late on that piece of information! :-) Thanks R, I very much appreciate you taking the time to read it.
North Georgia Weather February 18, 2013 at 11:11 AM
I'm about in the same boat Tommy, another disappointing winter for us. I am a little concerned about springtime weather this year though, I think we're going to have a rough one.
North Georgia Weather February 18, 2013 at 07:21 PM
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PEACHTREE CITY GA 210 PM EST MON FEB 18 2013 GAZ006>009-013>016-191015- FANNIN-GILMER-UNION-TOWNS-PICKENS-DAWSON-LUMPKIN-WHITE- 210 PM EST MON FEB 18 2013 ...BRIEF WINTRY MIX OF PRECIPITATION POSSIBLE IN THE NORTHEAST GEORGIA MOUNTAINS EARLY TUESDAY MORNING... MOISTURE SPREADING NORTHWARD AHEAD OF AN APPROACHING COLD FRONT WILL BRING PRECIPITATION INTO NORTH GEORGIA LATE TONIGHT AND EARLY TUESDAY. THE ATMOSPHERE WILL BE WARMING AHEAD OF THIS PRECIPITATION...HOWEVER IN THE NORTHEAST GEORGIA MOUNTAINS ENOUGH COOLER AND DRIER AIR MAY REMAIN IN PLACE FOR A BRIEF PERIOD OF MIXED WINTRY PRECIPITATION. THE MOST LIKELY TIMING FOR ANY WINTRY WEATHER WOULD BE AS THE PRECIPITATION STARTS...SOMETIME BETWEEN MIDNIGHT AND 4 AM...THROUGH SUNRISE AROUND 7 OR 8 AM. SLEET...FREEZING RAIN AND POSSIBLY SOME SNOW MAY MIX WITH THE RAIN AT TIMES. RIGHT NOW IT WOULD APPEAR THAT SURFACE TEMPERATURES JUST ABOVE OR ONLY SLIGHTLY BELOW FREEZING ALONG WITH GROUND TEMPERATURES GENERALLY ABOVE FREEZING... WILL KEEP ANY FROZEN OR FREEZING PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS LIGHT. HOWEVER...PATCHY ICE IS POSSIBLE ON ROADWAYS EARLY TUESDAY MORNING.

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