EVENING: Rain and snow showers. Temperatures 34-40.

TONIGHT: Rain and snow exit between 8-10pm. Cloudy overnight. Low 33.

SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy, breezy and cool High 44. Northwest winds 5-15mph.

As we wrap up a damp Friday, most places do not have any snow accumulation with temperatures that have been near 40 for most of the day. One exception is northern Lebanon county where a coating of slushy snow was reported in several locations. The rain and snow showers end between 8-10pm this evening with cloudy skies remaining overnight.

The low departs to our east tonight, and it’s possible we see additional flurries or snow showers develop overnight and into Saturday morning. Even that though won’t be too impactful as temperatures should stay above freezing overnight. Saturday looks mainly dry but will be mostly cloudy, cool, and breezy with gusts over 25 mph at times.

There is a second storm we’re watching for the end of the weekend. Clouds increase Sunday with snow developing after 2pm Sunday afternoon. Similar to Friday’s storm, we expect the snow to mix with rain Sunday night into Monday. Some places could still see some slushy snow accumulations by Monday morning, so our weather team will provide updates. This storm will be a big snow maker for New England early next week. Locally, we need to plan for strong winds to develop Tuesday from this same system.

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder