So Fayetteville, remember when we told you earlier this week that the chance of snow may be (but most likely wouldn’t be) coming again? Well it turns out we might have been right.
After a weekend of just icy nonsense two weeks ago, and a great blast of snow this last weekend, there’s now a chance that we’ll get at least a little more this weekend. Why does this keep happening on the weekends though? Hmm.
It’s probably not going to be 5 inches of the stuff, but we’ve already had our one good snowman day of the year anyway. So now we may just get the dusting of Fayetteville snow we are used to.
Here’s the setup:
There’s a lot of cold air in the works, which may seem weird since it’s been like 60 degrees. But trust us, it’s there. The high pressure system is pushing all that frigid air this way, and today, it will only get to 44 degrees.
Mix that with some precipitation that’s also scheduled to come around this weekend, and well, you know the drill by now. Fayetteville and snow have a weird, conflicted relationship. So there’s always a chance the stupid warm nose will push in off the coast and dash Fayetteville snow chances once again.
Let’s take a look at what the science people have to say about it: