Last week's chance of snow didn't pan out, but there's two more chances on the horizon to see some white stuff.
A weak front will sweep through Sunday night, bringing a 50% chance of rain or snow. Temperatures will be a little too warm, so I'm not too excited about this one.
The better chance comes Tuesday night and Wednesday with a potentially much stronger storm system. As usual, the computer models are all over the place and keep flip-flopping. It all depends on the track of the low-pressure system.
One model projects that the low will travel right over us, setting up a rain-changing-to-snow scenario. Another model tracks the low to our north, leaving us with warmer air and mostly rain. To get a big snow, the low would need to travel a good distance to our south, which seems unlikely at this point.
I'm skeptical about rain-changing-to-snow forecasts. It always seems that the freezing temperatures arrive about 5.3 seconds after the last raindrop departs. Nevertheless, next week's storm ("Winter Storm Akira" perhaps?) has the potential to bring some nice, big, wet snowflakes that stick to the grass but not to the road. At least, that's what I'm hoping for.