Since I wrote such an in depth discussion yesterday, I didn't need to write another one. Instead I am just going to quickly go over the most important weather stories.
-Today was quite the day in weather. I measured 2.3 inches of rain in northern New Jersey along with wind gusts near 40 miles per hour. Perhaps most interesting about today's weather was the double rainbow in the afternoon. I posted some pictures of the rainbow and the ponding in my yard on twitter if you're interested.
-Tomorrow will be much colder with highs ranging from 25-35 degrees. Driving may be dangerous tomorrow morning with some black ice issues.
-Tuesday will be a little bit warmer with snow showers moving in during the late afternoon. Expect light on and off snow showers throughout the night. As much as two inches may accumulate in northwestern portions of the coverage area.
-Our next winter storm threat will be next Sunday into next Monday. Below are four different scenarios. The first two are by far more likely than #3 and #4. Right now I'm leaning towards scenario #1. For more information on the probability and effects of each scenario read last nights weather discussion
I'll have a full length more technical discussion tomorrow. Be sure to check out my twitter and follow!