Be alert for snow-covered side roads from light snow that fell overnight. It will be mild Friday morning, with temperatures in the lower-30s.
Temperatures stay flat in the lower-30s for the afternoon. It will be colder on Friday night, with a low in the lower-20s.
WINTRY MESS FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON INTO SUNDAY MORNING
There is a chance for scattered light snow overnight. The main snow begins late morning into the early afternoon.
Snow by dusk could be in the 2″ to 4″ range.
Late afternoon and evening, the snow could mix with sleet or freezing rain into southeast Mahoning County and Columbiana County. If this happens, evening and overnight snow could be on the lower side — 4″ to 6″.
Most outlooks are still showing mainly snow, though, with 6″ to 10″ possible Saturday night and overnight.
Snow looks to push east early Sunday morning, with an additional inch or 2″. Disruptive snows for Saturday night and Sunday morning are expected as you wake up. If you can, stay in until road crews can clear the main roads.
SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW SUNDAY
Snow looks to push east early Sunday morning, with an additional inch or 2″. With windy conditions, expect blowing and drifting snow into the late morning and early afternoon.
Wind chills of -5° to -10° are expected Sunday morning and early afternoon, so bundle up for snow clearing or playing outdoors with the kids.
ARCTIC AIR FOR LATE WEEKEND AND EARLY WEEK
Temperatures fall Sunday. We start in the low- to mid-teens but fall into the upper-single-digits toward dusk.
Sunday night, we could see wind chills in the -10 to -20° range. This is dangerous cold, so make sure you have gasoline in the tank, a charged cellphone and road side safety kit if you should break down.
Have blankets in the car as well as some bottled water and sand or kitty litter to help you get out of higher snow off the side of the road. Temperatures around 1° are expected into Monday morning. The high Monday will only be in the lower-teens.
It will be frigid into Tuesday morning, with a low temperature in the lower single-digits and wind chills below zero.
TEMPERATURES SURGE WARMER FOR MID WEEK
Tuesday will be much warmer into the afternoon, with highs in the mid- to upper-30s.
It will be much warmer overnights, too, with low temperatures in the mid- to upper-20s into Wednesday morning. It will be mostly cloudy Tuesday.
Rain is likely Wednesday with a change over to snow into the afternoon and evening as colder air returns.
COLDER AIR FOR LATE WEEK
Temperatures will be colder Thursday and Friday, with a high Thursday in the upper-20s and the mid- to upper-teens into Friday morning. The high Friday will be in the mid-20s.