A cold front is working through the region this morning. Winds are shifting from the southwest to out of the northwest. This will usher in colder temperatures throughout the day.
Rain will likely move into the region by 10 AM. The rain may change to snow around 2 PM this afternoon. However, much of the precipitation will be to the south of the region, leading to just a very small chance of accumulations.
A dusting may be possible, and that should be about it, unless the front stalls like last time…
A colder day is expected on Friday after lows drop into the upper teens tonight. Despite mostly sunny skies Friday, temperatures will be limited to around 32° by afternoon.
Clouds will increase Friday night and Saturday as high pressure moves to the east of the region. Friday night lows will be in the low 20s, while low 40s are expected on Saturday with a chance of rain.
I’m still monitoring the chance for snow this weekend. As of now, confidence in any solution outside of three days is very low, thus I won’t release any details at this time. Another chance of snow may be possible early next week.
That should wrap up this forecast. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great day!
-Meteorologist Jacob Wilkins