Martinsville Weather
Forecast Discussion
Forecast Overview: Some borderline precipitation events are likely in early March, but they could either bring wintry weather or just a colder rain than what we've been seeing.

Details: (Posted at 6 AM on Saturday 2/18) Aside from that one significant snowstorm back in early January, this has certainly been a very un-winter-like winter. The question most people are wondering is, will we see any more snow before springtime? I have been closely watching the computer models recently, trying to figure out the answer to that question, but it is hard to say.

Computer models have been consistently predicting that a strong cold front will arrive next Saturday (2/25), bringing a prolonged period of cooler temperatures. A more active weather pattern is also expected to be in place at that point, with multiple opportunities for precipitation. But, while snow is possible in March (see: 1993), it doesn't come quite as easily. So even though the pattern will become more favorable for wintry weather, it is hard to say if we'll actually get some, or if it will just be cooler (say, 40s instead of 60s) when it rains.
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