Clouds will continue to push off to the southeast tonight as temperatures plummet into the single digits overnight. Wind chill values will once again dip below zero from time to time.
High pressure is in control for Saturday. Calm, mostly sunny weather is expected, although it will remain cold with highs in the upper teens.
Clouds thicken up Saturday night with lows in the lower teens.
Sunday will be mostly cloudy as highs climb to 25 degrees. Light snow will develop during the afternoon and evening hours. Light snow will continue Sunday night through very early Monday morning. Our accumulation forecast is 1 to 3 inches, with the higher amounts near and north of US Route 20.
Temperatures will fall throughout the day Monday and bottom out near zero Monday night. With fresh snow on the ground, highs will struggle to reach the lower teens on Tuesday and Wednesday. A quick flurry is also possible.
By next Friday, temperatures may crack the freezing mark!
PM Light Snow Likely
Early AM Snow Flurries, Falling Temps
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