WEATHER ALERT DAY IN EFFECT:
Heavy wet snow blanketed the ground Wednesday evening, with most winter weather moving out overnight. Things are starting to turn quite sloppy as rain caused slushy, wet conditions on roads overnight.
QUICK WEATHER FORECAST:
- Thursday: Light AM mix, snow showers later with front, high 37 (and falling)
- Friday: Cold start, clearing skies, high 23
- Saturday: Colder start, partly cloudy, high 39
- Sunday: Mostly cloudy, fair, high 44
Thursday morning we will still be dealing with some light showers and snow showers mixed through the morning which should keep roads wet. This will slowly taper down by late morning, before a quick blast of snow showers zips through early afternoon on Thursday with a breezy northwest wind behind it.
This will drop temps from the mid to upper 30s by midday to the lower 30s before sunset. Temps will continue to plunge behind this boundary with temps falling to the lower to middle teens to start the day on Friday. Friday will see clearing skies, but temps only climbing up to the lower 20s.
Saturday looks for our coldest start in the lower teens early, and should push up into the upper 30s with partly cloudy skies in the afternoon. Shockingly, we will have a dry weekend ahead, with cloudy skies on Sunday and highs in the middle 40s.
Monday will see clouds increase with highs in the upper 40s and rain late. Rain will be on and off as a warm front lifts north into Tuesday and temps soar into the lower 50s ahead of our next cold front which will bring numbers slightly below normal with mostly cloudy skies by next Wednesday.