Light snow and blustery; Still slick roads and power outage potential

Weather

THURSDAY OUTLOOK

Expect slick roads today from 2″ to 3″ of heavy, wet snow that fell last night. Cloudy and breezy, with gusty winds of 20mph+ at times.  We’ll be in the low to mid 30’s all day, with wind chills making it feel colder.  Little if any additional accumulation.

POWER OUTAGES STILL A CONCERN

Power outages were widespread, and we could still see some outages as the trees and wires are coated with ice and snow.  

CLOUDY AND CHILLY TONIGHT

Mostly cloudy and chilly tonight.  Low in the upper 20’s and the winds will die down.

DRY SATURDAY WITH WINTRY MIX CHANCE SATURDAY EVENING

Mostly cloudy and a bit warmer Saturday.  High in the mid to upper 30’s.  Wintry mix of rain or snow into Saturday evening.  After midnight isolated light snow.

WINTRY MIX POSSIBLE SUNDAY

A weakening cold front could generate a wintry mix Sunday.  High only in the mid 30’s.  

DRY NEXT WEEK WITH LATE WEEK WARMING TREND

A few flurries possible Tuesday, but otherwise a dry week. Temperatures in the low to mid 30’s Monday through Wednesday.  Warming for Thanksgiving and Black Friday, highs in the lower 40’s and partly sunny.

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