We’ll finally see an interval of sunshine this morning as this area of clearing works in from the west:
We should see some raindrops by 2pm on average. Simulated radar(s):
Temperatures will climb into the upper 40s today; our last balmy day for a while.
A much different day tomorrow with gusty winds, steady temperatures in the 30s and frequent snow showers. The snow could come down rather heavily at times , actually.
BUT, it will have a hard time sticking on paved surfaces. Air temperatures will be above freezing and road temperatures will still be warm. Current road temperatures:
So, while your grass may get covered and you may have to brush off your car, I am not expecting the snow to be a high-impact thing tomorrow during the day. At night, as temepratures drop below freezing, the snow be a little more impactful. Watch for slick spots Friday morning.
Cumulatively, a few/several inches of snow may accumulate in our northern viewing area by the end of the weekend.
Wind chills Friday-Monday will be largely in the teens and 20s.
The cold, while not extreme at all (and pretty lame by late January/early February standards) will hang around for a while.
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