More Light Snow Tomorrow

Low pressure will track across the region this evening, taking the snow and wintry mix with it. This system produced a swath of 2″ to 5″ of snow across the northern portions of the area and mix of freezing drizzle and snow across the south. Look for clouds to hang on through the rest of the night. Overnight lows will range from the upper single digits to the upper teens.

Another weak disturbance could bring some light snow (light mix far south?) Friday afternoon and evening. Any snow accumulations would likely be around 1″ or less. Otherwise, expect mainly cloudy skies with highs in the mid 20s to low 30s.

We’ll keep a chance of light snow or a wintry mix for Friday night, but any snow or ice accumulations should be minor and will only affect untreated or less traveled roads. Look for lows in the teens to lower 20s.

Looking Ahead… We’ll see a slight chance of a light wintry mix linger into Saturday morning. The rest of the day looks cloudy. It will turn colder Saturday with highs in the low 20s. Sunday looks dry with partly sunny skies, but it will be even colder with highs only in the low-mid teens. Low temps Saturday and Sunday night will drop into the single digits.

It continues to look like colder than average temps will stick around right through next week. Highs look to mainly be in the teens to low 20s, with lows in the single digits to low teens. Much of the period looks dry, with a mix of sun and clouds. However, some models graze our area with a chance of snow showers later Monday into Tuesday morning… thanks to a storm system tracking by to our southeast. For now, the consensus is this system will stay far enough south to keep any precip south of our area.

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