Snow possible late next week, but too early to tell
WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner is closely watching our chances for snow late next week, but it's far too early to tell.
WE HAVE A BREAK AND THEN AT THE END OF THE WEEK, THURSDAY, WE ARE WATCHING A VERY INTERESTING SYSTEM. THIS IS LUNCHTIME WEDNESDAY CAN WE HAVE A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM THAT DIVED SOUTH. IF YOU FOLLOW SNOW IN NORTH CAROLINA, YOU KNOW THIS IS THE PATTERN. WE HAVE A LOW TRAVELING TO THE SOUTH AND WE HAVE COLD AIR IN PLACE. IF IT COMES TOGETHER WE SEE SNOW. WE'VE SEEN IS THE LAST FEW DAYS, BOTH OF OUR MAIN COMPUTER MODELS WE LOOK AT, WILL MONITOR THIS VERY CLOSELY. YOU WILL NOTICE, IF YOU HAVE THE WRAL WEATHER APP, THAT APP WE FORECAST FOR. IF YOU HAVE A DIFFERENT WEATHER APP, LIKE I HAVE THE APPLE APP ON MY PHONE, IT SHOWS SNOW ON THURSDAY. BUT THIS FAR OUT, WE CAN DO IS LOOK AT THE PATTERN. SO MANY THINGS WILL HAPPEN BETWEEN NOW AND NEXT WEEK, IT IS SOMETHING WE ARE WATCHING VERY CLOSELY. TODAY IS LOOKING PRETTY AT 58, COOLER WEEKEND AND THEN WE LOOK