It will be partly cloudy and breezy on Friday morning. Be alert for downed tree limbs in the roads from Thursday night’s gusty winds.
There could also be ponding on roads, especially in Mahoning and Columbiana counties where we received most of the rain. A little over 3/4″ fell in the Boardman area.
Temperatures will be in the upper-40s to lower-50s early Friday morning, with winds gusting up to 30 mph. Temperatures stay flat in the upper-40s and start to fall into the late afternoon.
Clouds increase late morning with rain developing into the afternoon.
COLDER TONIGHT & SATURDAY
It will be colder Friday night, with light rain chance turning to a light snow chance overnight and a low of 30°.
It will be breezy Friday night with gusts up to 25 mph. It will be colder on Saturday, with a high in the mid-30s and less wind.
There is a chance for spotty snow showers with little, if any, accumulation. It will be colder into Sunday morning, with a low in the mid-20s.
CHILLY FOR ST. PATRICK’S DAY
It will be partly sunny St. Patrick’s Day with a chance for a passing sprinkle or flurries into the afternoon and evening. It will be mostly cloudy Sunday night, with a low in the mid-20s.
QUIET WEATHER INTO THE WORK WEEK
It’s expected to be mainly cloudy with flurries on Monday and a high in the upper-30s.
Chilly temperatures are anticipated into Tuesday morning, with a low in the upper teens. Sunshine and clouds continue Tuesday as the high reaches the lower-40s.
Wednesday’s low will be in the mid-20s while the high reaches the mid- to upper-40s, with a chance for a late day rain shower.
The high on Thursday will be in the lower-40s, with a chance for rain or snow mix.
It will be mostly cloudy and warmer Friday, with a high in the mid-50s.