A Winter Storm Watch is in effect beginning tomorrow morning at 4 A.M. and will end Sunday, December 15 at 4 A.M.
- 3-6 inches of snow could be seen in some regions of the viewing area
- snow will begin to fall in the EARLY A.M. hours of Saturday, December 14 (likely between 4-7 A.M. across the region)
- snowfall may become heavy at times in the later hours of the morning into the afternoon hours of the day
- snow will mix and eventually change over to freezing rain/sleet during the evening hours of Saturday
- a slight accumulation of ice, up to two tenths of an inch, is possible Saturday night
- the storm will exit the region early Sunday morning, leaving mountain snow showers throughout the day Sunday
TODAY: An average December day with plenty of sunshine and a few clouds. HIGH: 35. Wind: West 5-10 MPH.
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds as a winter storm approaches the area. Snow will begin to fall in the early hours of Saturday morning. LOW: 27. Wind: light and variable.
SATURDAY: Snow for most of the day, heavy at times. Accumulation 3-6" in some spots. CHanging over to freezing rain into the evening. HIGH: 31, LOW: 30.
SUNDAY: Early mountain snow showers. Mostly cloudy. HIGH: 35, LOW: 18.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny. HIGH: 30, LOW: 20.
TUESDAY: Partly sunny. HIGH: 38, LOW: 24.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. HIGH: 38, LOW: 27.
THURSDAY: Partly sunny. HIGH: 39, LOW: 27.
-- Meteorologist Stephanie Sine