A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect from 6 a.m. through 4 a.m. Monday.
Expect a cold start with temperatures in the teens and 20s with light snow developing. Snow showers change over to a wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain this afternoon. We’ll see 1”-2” of snow/sleet accumulation, with around tenth of an inch of ice. Temperatures will slowly rise, reaching the low 30s by this afternoon.
Expect the wintry mix to continue this evening, but as temperatures rise overnight, any remaining precipitation will change over to rain, making for a wet, slushy morning commute. Snow and freezing rain mixes back in by late morning, with little to no accumulation expected. We will be dry by Monday afternoon, with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures near freezing.
Tuesday brings a slight chance for some snow, as a fast-moving, weak system moves through. Frigid temperatures settle in by midweek with morning lows in the single digits and teens, and afternoon highs in the 20s.
5 a.m.- noon.: Scattered snow showers become more widespread by noon
Noon- 3 p.m.: Snow changing over to freezing rain, sleet and rain
3 p.m.- midnight.: Scattered precipitation of snow/freezing rain/sleet/rain
Midnight – 4 a.m.: Wintry mix changes over to rain showers by sunrise
Cloudy skies with
Snow showers likely
Temps: Upper teens to low 20s
Light snow early
Changing to freezing rain & ice
1”-2” of light accumulation
Afternoon temps: Around 32 degrees
Changing over to rain by sunrise
Temps: Low 30s
Spotty AM rain mixed with freezing rain
Mostly cloudy afternoon & dry
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