Winter Weather Advisories continue until around sunrise Friday for most of our area.

Moisture will continue to stream into the area tonight, but the bulk of the heaviest moisture is starting to slip a bit more to our east. Already nearly a half inch of rain has dropped in parts with this system as temps have been wiggling between 33 and 34 over the past few hours as the low moves through the area.

Once the low passes we will get on the backside of it and colder air will start to win out and that is when we could start to see more a change away from the rain to more of a wintry slippery mix to snow further north.


Moisture will continue to stream up into our area overnight, while drier air will start to push this system to the east in the middle of the overnight hours greatly tapering down the moisture.

As the system starts to pull more to the east after midnight, we will see a bit of colder air moving in, and this will give the potential for a bit of a icy/wintry mix to light snow showers later overnight. As the system departs light snow flurries will be possible near daybreak on Friday.

You’ll want to take it slow during your Friday morning commute, as we could see slick spots across the region!

Remember: ice and snow, take it slow! You’ll want to watch for slick spots on the road Thursday and Friday, plan for extra travel time and account for more stopping distance than normal.