There is hope.
After what seems like an eternity of fog (and at over a week, you are forgiven for thinking so) there is hope on the horizon.
It looks like the weekend might give us our first big break in the fog. It won’t necessarily be the sun that greats us, but rather some snow. The models are showing this constant 0 to 1C temperature continuing and a cold front moving through that could spread 5cm or so of snow.
So, take heart. We only have a couple more days to go before we finally get a change of some sort.
Longer term, the week before Christmas is getting mighty interesting looking on the models. The temperature is still up in the air, but there seems to be little doubt that some sort of precipitation will come down on the days leading to Christmas. I’m not about to invoke any jinx and call anything right now… But just saying…. It’s mighty interesting looking. 🙂
Here is this mornings super long range forecast out to the 23rd. Take it all with a big grain of salt as the accuracy of the forecasts this far out are generally not good. However as I said, it has been consistently showing precipitation and at or below zero temperatures over the past 3 days.
Green bars are precipitation. The graph 2nd from the bottom with blue and red lines is the temperature… Below zero being below the thin blue line.