NOT AS WARM FOR THE WEEKEND, WITH SNOW RETURNING SUNDAY
Expect a chilly Saturday. Highs will only reach the lower 20s with a decent amount of sunshine through the day. It will stay quiet Saturday night, with lows falling to the lower to mid-teens by daybreak Sunday.
We will have a quiet start to the day on Sunday. The morning begins with partly to mostly sunny skies. Clouds will begin to increase late morning and into the afternoon. Highs will reach the mid-30s as clouds increase. The risk for snow returns by Sunday evening. Snow showers will develop around sunset and continue Sunday night. There will be a risk for slick roads Sunday evening and overnight into Monday morning.
A quick coating of snow is likely by late evening on Sunday. Snow will continue overnight. By Monday morning, accumulation of around 1" to 3" is expected. This will lead to slick spots on area roads for the Monday morning commute. Our team will be tracking this throughout the weekend, and bring you updates to the forecasted snow arrival time and accumulation potential.
MONDAY BEGINS WITH SNOW
Monday starts with cloudy skies and lingering snow showers or flurries. Slick spots are likely for the morning commute with temperatures in the mid-20s to start the day. The chance for a mix of rain and snow lingers into the afternoon as highs climb to the mid-30s. Additional accumulation is possible through the day.
We will be watching for a wintry mix Monday evening and overnight into Tuesday. This brings the potential for more slick roads across the area overnight and for the morning commute Tuesday. Temperatures will hover around the freezing mark, 32°, Monday night.
ANOTHER STORM ARRIVES TUESDAY
Current computer models show another storm system impacting the region on Tuesday. Highs are expected to reach the mid-40s. A wintry mix is possible in the morning, turning to rain through the late morning as temperatures climb. As temperatures drop back below freezing into Tuesday night, the rain will change back to snow. The risk for a few snow showers will carry over into Wednesday. Highs on Wednesday will only be around 30°.
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