Today's Forecast... A clipper system will reach the area around the noon hour and continue to pass through the region into the late afternoon. Many of us will see just about an inch (if that), while those in the Northwestern region of the viewing area could see up to 2" by the end of Sunday night. Please see attached snowfall map to see what you can expect in your neighborhood! This system should push out of the region to our east by sunset tonight. HIGH: 33. Winds: Calm becoming Southeast 5 MPH.
TONIGHT: Snow should end around sunset tonight. LOW: 20. Winds: Northwest 6- 12 MPH.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny and chilly. HIGH: 30, LOW: 8.
TUESDAY: Sun and clouds, becoming even colder. HIGH: 25, LOW: 8.
WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny with a few snow showers possible later in the evening. HIGH: 26, LOW: 21.
THURSDAY: Rain/snow showers. Finally getting back into the 30's. HIGH: 36, LOW: 26.
FRIDAY: More clouds than sunshine. HIGH: 38, LOW: 26.
SATURDAY: Cloudy. HIGH: 38, LOW: 28.
Have a great Sunday!
--Meteorologist Stephanie Sine