Very busy day today so I have to keep it brief. This morning’s model runs were generally pushing the forecast storm system for early next week further south and east and as a result a lot less in the way for the potential for snow in the South although there were some differences among the individual models and their solutions. This is not uncommon with weather models and I expect we will see more in the ways of swings in the solutions. Here is an example of the differences in the models as these are the two American models for next Monday at 6 PM.
This system continues to be a watcher and a threat for wintry precipitation, possibly heavy, for portions of Dixieland. This will just have to be monitored. One thing I am confident is that it will likely rain across much of the south and likely will change over to a period of snow before ending from AR-AL. The BIG question will be if a heavy band of precipitation will move northward into the cold air before the system pulls the precipitation shield eastward. I will give my first stab at things tomorrow.