We stay mainly quiet until just ahead of daybreak Wednesday when a few scattered showers will move across the Tri-State. Plus, the temps will be cold enough where some areas will see snow showers mix in with the rain, perhaps creating an isolated slick road. Some spots will see a light coating of snow on grassy areas before the precipitation ends around 8 a.m.
The rest of Wednesday will be mostly cloudy before gradual clearing makes for fair skies on Wednesday night. Thursday will be uneventful which is good because accumulating snow will start Friday night.
The first part of Friday will be cloudy with rain developing in the afternoon. Then, a change over to snow will happen after 9 p.m. So, by the time you wake up on Saturday, you'll see a light to moderate snowfall. It looks like enough to make roads treacherous or even dangerous without any road treatment or snow removal. I'll better define snow totals as we get closer. But know, this will be a Weather Alert Day from Friday to Saturday morning.
A few snow showers are possible early on Saturday with clouds before the sun's back on Sunday
A few flurries mix in
Cool but normal