Good Tuesday. We start off with a few light drizzles or flurries. The only issue on the roads will be a few patchy areas of black ice in the higher elevations. This afternoon, we will see some partial clearing with a high of 47 and a bit of a breeze from the northwest at 10-15 mph.
It will be quite chilly tonight. We will drop into the mid to upper 20s, but it will be dry overnight so no travel problems Wednesday morning. Wednesday afternoon will be nice with lots of sunshine and a high of 49. We get even warmer Thursday with a high of 55. That warmer air is moving in ahead of our next front that could bring a few light rain showers Thursday evening.
We will clear out once again Friday. Friday afternoon will be a bit cooler, but still nice, with a high of 48.
For the weekend, Saturday looks good. 30 degrees on Saturday morning, the climbing to 50 Saturday afternoon. We will see clouds building late Saturday. Another weather system will move through Sunday bringing periods of heavy rain to the area through the day. The high Sunday will be about 47. Most of the rain will taper off Sunday night, but a few showers may linger into Monday morning and change to a light wintry mix. Temps Monday morning will be in the low to mid 30s.
For the latest on our local forecast, AND the interactive radar to track the snow in the northeast, download the WRCB weather app. David Karnes
8am... Light Flurry/Sprinkle, 33
Noon... Mostly Cloudy / Breezy, 44
5pm... Partly Cloudy / Breezy, 47