SNOW ENDING TONIGHT
A few lingering snow showers or flurries will occur through evening. The snow tapers off overnight as clouds break up a bit. The rest of the night will be cold and blustery, with patchy clouds. Winds will continue to gust to around 25 mph at times, keeping wind chills down. Expect the wind to die down toward morning. Wind chills overnight will be between 10 and 20 degrees.
TEMPS WARM AGAIN FOR VALENTINE’S DAY
Thursday will be warmer and is shaping up to be a decent day. We won’t see a whole lot of sunshine but occasional peeks are possible. Temperatures warm back to the mid-40s for afternoon highs. We will be overcast into Thursday evening and that’s when the chance for rain returns.
An isolated shower or sprinkle is possible around and after sunset. The risk for rain ramps up overnight with showers likely by 3 to 5 a.m. It will stay mild, with temperatures hovering in the 40s through the night.
NEXT STORM SYSTEM IMPACTS THE AREA EARLY FRIDAY
Rain showers will be ongoing through the morning commute on Friday. The early morning will be the warmest part of the day. Temperatures will begin around 40° at sunrise but we will see a quick drop in temperatures through mid-morning. Any rain that lingers into mid to late morning will change to snow as temperatures drop toward the freezing mark.
The chance for snow will taper off through the early afternoon. Winds will turn blustery again as temperatures continue dropping, reaching the 20s by Friday evening. Lows will fall to around 20° by early Saturday. Wind chills will return to between 10° to 20° Friday evening and overnight.
WEEKEND STARTS DRY, ENDS WITH SNOW
Saturday is looking like a mostly cloudy day. Highs will be in the lower 30s. We fall back to the lower 20s Saturday night with partly to mostly cloudy skies.
Another storm arrives Sunday, bringing the risk for snow. Skies turn cloudy by daybreak and snow showers will develop into the afternoon. This system will bring the risk for accumulating snowfall. Slick roads are likely by Sunday evening. It is too early to pinpoint an accumulation range, but at least an inch or two is possible by Monday morning. Our team will monitor this system and bring updates throughout the week.
CHILLY START TO THE NEXT WORKWEEK
Temperatures will be chilly on Monday. Morning lows will be around 20°. The day is looking mostly cloudy, with highs nearing 30°. Tuesday is also shaping up to be a mostly cloudy day. Tuesday starts off in the mid-teens and warms to the mid-30s.