A system will bring rain showers late tonight through tomorrow morning. Temperatures will actually be on the rise overnight, and we will likely start off in the 50s early tomorrow, then falling to the 30s by the afternoon. As the rain is moving out, a few wet snowflakes could mix in tomorrow afternoon/early evening, but no accumulation is expected.
Thursday will be cold and dry with highs in the 30s. A dry front will bring back the deep freeze with highs in the 20s Friday, and lows in the teens Friday night. A little disturbance could bring some flurries or light snow showers late Friday night through early Saturday morning.
Saturday will end up mostly dry and cold with highs in the low 30s. A quickly-moving system will bring an additional shot of light snow showers on Sunday with little to no accumulation expected.
The weather pattern stays active with another rain/snow mix late next Monday into Tuesday. Despite flurries and light snow chances this weekend – no major impacts are expected.
TONIGHT: Rain moving in late, scattered showers, breezy. Temps: 40s. Wind: SW 15-30 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Scattered rain, then turning colder and drier by afternoon. High: 52 (falling temps). Wind: SW 10-20 mph, turning NW late.
THURSDAY: Cold and dry. High: 37. Wind: SW 5-10 mph.
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