In the next few hours expect spotty light snow & freezing drizzle. Surfaces may become icy, especially ramps & bridges. Temperatures are hovering below freezing.
Clouds remain overnight. Temperatures will get colder dropping into the mid and upper 20s by morning. It’s possible there could be some fog as well.
The last of a series of clippers is passing by. The main low will stay to our north so snow showers will be isolated. There could be pockets of freezing drizzle so be careful heading out overnight.
Tomorrow, high pressure builds in and helps to scour out the clouds late morning to around noon time. More sunshine by afternoon with highs getting the mid and upper 30s. Winds picking up a bit out of the northwest. Skies will be clear tomorrow night allowing temps to plummet into the low 20s by Thursday morning.
Clouds will increase on Thursday keeping temps in the mid 30s after such a cold start. The Next storm system comes in overnight towards Friday morning and may start off the morning commute with a wintry mix. We’ll have to watch closely. Warmer air intruding the area should lift temps above freezing changing the wintry mix to all rain. Highs will get to the upper 30s in the afternoon.
The weekend is looking brighter. Temps still in the 30s to start but by the second half of the weekend, highs will flirt with the low to mid 40s.
EARLY NEXT WEEK
Getting back to work Monday we’ll be dealing with rain showers in stead of snow. Temperatures will be milder in the upper 40s. Sunshine and a few clouds for Tuesday as the storm exits early, highs once again in the upper 40s before colder air moves back in.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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