Today: Considerable cloudiness, not as cold
Winds: SW 5 to 10 mph
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, mild
Winds: S 5 to 10 mph
A Blizzard Watch has been posted for northwestern counties Sunday afternoon through Monday afternoon. White out conditions and reduced visibility possible as a system moves through.
A warming trend gets underway Saturday with highs above the freezing mark in all areas by Sunday afternoon. Mostly dry through the weekend with just passing clouds on Saturday and Sunday. A disturbance moves in late Sunday which could lead to a wintry mix on Sunday evening. The moisture will change over to snow overnight, with accumulations up to an inch expected. As the system moves through, winds will pick up, with gusts up to 35 mph, and could cause blowing and drifting snow. Northwestern counties, where much more snow is on the ground, have Blizzard Watches posted for Sunday afternoon through Monday. This is where visibility will likely be reduced due to the strong winds.
Behind this clipper, temperatures drop below freezing and below average. Highs will be in the teens and 20s with lows in the single digits through Friday.
Today's Record Temperatures