OVERNIGHT: Rain showers, patchy freezing rain. Changing back to snow showers late. Low 30-36F.
TOMORROW: Morning snow showers. Then clearing and windy (NW 15-25), High 36F.
As one area of low pressure weakens over northern Ohio, another is strengthening off the Delmarva coastline. This puts our region in between systems, which is why we continue to deal with light rain showers and areas of freezing rain where temperatures are still below freezing. In most areas, temperatures will slowly warm overnight and range between 34-38F. As the coastal low strengthens, colder air will begin to wrap around the system and produce snow showers for the area during the early morning hours Thursday. A light coating is possible.
The rest of Thursday will experience clearing skies and windy conditions (NW 15-25mph).
We'll continue to watch the potential for light snow on Saturday. At this time, it looks to be a minor event for us. We'll keep you posted.