Updated By Meteorologist André Bernier

Check out tonight’s “supermoon,” which is (a LITTLE) bigger and brighter than a typical full moon.

Find out then dynamics behind the supermoon on Episode #056 on André Bernier’s WeatherJazz® podcast on the audio file below, also available on most every podcast app platform.

We will receive a liberal amount of sunshine Tuesday before another system heads our way commencing as snow/wintry mix before switching to rain. The increasing wind speed and mild highs in the middle 40s will be on your Wednesday ‘weather menu’.  The toughest commute this week is shaping up to be Wednesday morning.

Here is the future radar showing how we anticipate the snow/wintry mix to develop early Wednesday:

Here is your 8-day forecast:

Long range outlook will be very challenging since it’s depicting more of the same. This ‘teeter-totter’ effect, so-to-speak, will continue to rule the roost. Periods of colder air will be followed by periods of milder air late this week and into the last weekend of February meaning more days at least in the 40s and more moisture laden systems (mainly rain) will be jetting from the southwest.  All of this means frequent storm systems with above normal rainfall trailed by wet snows on the back edge of these low pressure systems.

Temperatures will be trending colder (mainly 30s) the first week of March. Normal high on March 1st is 41 degrees!

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