Thursday evening scattered rain and snow showers will continue to fall, but any showers taper off overnight. Skies will remain mostly cloudy with lows in the low 30s.
Friday a few isolated showers are possible early, with a better chance for rain and snow showers Friday afternoon and Friday evening. Late afternoon and evening some heavy bursts of snow are possible. Those snow showers combined with wind gusts of 30-40 mph may result in snow squalls. You may remember 5-weeks ago when we had snow squall warnings issued for heavy bursts of snow. Snow squalls can be dangerous, resulting in rapid drops in visibility on the roads, which can cause multi-vehicle accidents. Be very careful if you have plans to travel Friday evening. Highs Friday will be in the 40s.
Saturday will feel like winter with highs in the mid to upper 30s and wind gusts around 30 mph... that will bring wind chills into the 20s. Expects skies to feature a mix of sun and clouds. Sunday is mostly sunny and still cold with highs in the mid 30s.
Monday is dry, but Tuesday through Thursday of next week we are looking at our next weather system moving in, bringing another round of rain and possibly a few snow showers.
TONIGHT: Sct rain and snow in the evening, dry and mostly cloudy overnight, patchy fog possible
Wind: W 5-10 MPH
FRIDAY: Scattered rain and snow showers, a few heavy bursts of snow/snow squalls possible late afternoon-evening, winds increase through the day
Wind: WNW 10-20 G 40 mph
SATURDAY: Partly cloudy, blustery, and cool
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny, cold, and dry
MONDAY: Partly cloudy
TUESDAY: Scattered mix, best chance late, breezy