So right off the top, gotta say that the weather models have been all over the place the past few days.
Yesterday they said the week would be completely dry (as did the EC forecast), today, they’re telling us there could be some sort of precipitation almost all week.
So really, any forecast more than 24 hours out is probably not worth much right now… at least until things settle down.
So… all that aside, here’s the deal. There was a skiff of whitestuff on the ground today, we can see the front sliding down over us right now on the Satellite. This should give us a chance of snow tonight. There doesn’t look to be much moisture in it, but hopefully we get a little.
Both the GFS and Canadian CMC has some instability on Tuesday and Wednesday that might bring us something too. What you can count on though is that it’s going to be pretty chilly. It will be well below normal (7-8C) for this time of year and it’s going to stay that way well into next weekend.