Snow showers with an upper level disturbance will leave a light coating of snow in places. Some slick spots will develop.
Winds gusting more than 20 mph dropped the wind chill factor into the teens and low 20s. The flurries will diminish overnight, as high pressure builds in and winds become lighter, but expect some slippery spots Friday morning.
After some sun Friday and seasonably chilly weather in the 30s,, a weak Alberta clipper will bring snow showers later in the evening, with little or no accumulation across the northern part of the state.
The weekend will begin with mostly cloudy and dry conditions Saturday, and afternoon temperatures reaching the low 40s. A cold front will bring rain showers on Sunday, ending as flurries around nightfall.
Colder weather will arrive around the middle of next week for the start of February, preceded by a little bit of snow on Tuesday.
- Tonight: Flurries linger, colder, slick spots. Low 24
- Friday: Mostly cloudy, snow showers at night. High 36
- Saturday: Mainly cloudy. High 43 (33)
- Sunday: Rain. High 42 (39)
- Monday: Mostly cloudy. High 38 (33)
- Tuesday: Brisk, colder, snow showers. High 32 (25)
- Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. High 31 (21)
- Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 32 (17)