Well what a day! Heavy snow with gusty winds have reminded us more of January than April and more of winter than of spring. Many of us have already seen over 4 inches of the white stuff with reports still coming in.
Now as we head into the night, prepare for the snow to continue but lighten. Additional accumulations look to be around 2-4 inches while winds remain gusty but now from the N at 15 to 25 mph. Lows for the overnight drop to the upper teens and lower 20’s. Saturday brings us cold and breezy conditions with scattered snow flurries still hanging around for the morning before 9am. Highs reach the middle and upper 30’s as NW winds howl at 15 to 25 mph.
Skies will eventually clear by the late evening and set us up for a chilly Saturday night. By tomorrow night clouds reappear and stay for the entire night. Lows fall to the middle 20’s as winds finally weaken to 5 mph.
Sunday looks to be the best weather day this weekend in regards to temperatures. High temps reach the middle and upper 40’s accompanied by a 20% chance of freezing rain, snow, and rain.
So chances will be low, and any outdoor plans should not be cancelled because temperatures will be comfortable. We definitely will deserve it after going through tonight and tomorrow.
Have a great weekend!