Patchy Light Snow/Freezing Drizzle Tonight

Scattered Slippery Stretches Possible Overnight
CJ-2020-Eve-8-To-8-Forecast-MP17

Good evening… we are watching a weak weather system tracking into the region from the west. This system will bring a chance of light freezing drizzle and light snow as we head into tonight. Any precipitation that falls will be very light. However, any freezing drizzle that falls could lead to slippery spots and stretches overnight. Look for lows to fall into lower to middle 20s region-wide.

That weak system will cross the area tomorrow. As a result, look for a continued chance of light snow. Again, snow totals look very low, with most spots under one-half of an inch. It will be seasonably mild, with highs in the middle 30s. Snow will exit the region during the late afternoon, but clouds will once again linger into tomorrow night. Look for lows in the 20s.

As we head into Saturday look for more clouds than sun and highs in the middle 30s.

Looking ahead… A surge of warm air will move into the region for Sunday. Look for highs to surge into the 40s. A few spots could flirt with the 50 degree mark! Even better news is we should see partly to mostly sunny skies. The warm temperatures and sunshine will be short-lived as highs slip back into the lower and middle 30s Monday. We may squeak out some sun Monday morning, but clouds are once again expected to increase across the area.

Temperatures will slip back into the 20s Tuesday and Wednesday under mostly cloudy skies.

Partly cloudy skies return for Thursday and Friday as temperatures once again return to the upper 20s and lower 30s.

Have a great night and keep an eye on area roads later tonight! –WKBT Cory Malles