Today: Early Flurries with Decreasing Clouds through the Day - MUCH Colder.
High: 24 Winds: NW 10-15 G 25 mph
Saturday: Back to Freezing - High Clouds Increase in the Afternoon Out Ahead of Our Next Weather-Maker.
High: 32 Winds: Shifting SW 8-12 mph
Light snow showers will continue into Thursday night. As temperatures drop into the upper teens & low 20s we'll watch slick spots develop once again on Friday morning. Expect to see some sun breaking out Friday afternoon but it'll be frigid with highs in the low to mid-20s and wind chill values in the single digits and low teens.
We'll see sun to start on Saturday and highs will climb up to about freezing. High clouds will be on the increase through the late afternoon out ahead of our next winter system. Snow will begin Saturday night and fall into Sunday afternoon. The computer forecast models that help us predict the weather are still having trouble coming into agreement as to how much snow we'll see. What we can say is that accumulating snow looks to be a real possibility through the day on Sunday. Right now 2-5" isn't out of the question but more could fall depending on how close close of a pass our storm system makes. Regardless of how much we see the highest totals look to fall south of I-70. As temps plummet into the single digits Monday morning out behind this system we'll see slick spots developing to start out the work week. Monday won't warm much with a high in the mid-teens.
Tuesday & Wednesday will see highs on either side of 30 with some light snow possible on Wednesday. After that we turn frigid yet again with a high in the mid-teens on Thursday.