EVENING: Clearing skies and breezy. Temps in the 30s.

TONIGHT: Clearing skies, blustery and colder. Northwest winds 10mph, low 28.

THURSDAY: Increasing and breezy. Northwest winds 10mph, high 36. Light snow develops after 8pm.

Wednesday afternoon warmed into the 40s for a brief time and now we are experiencing a return of colder air. Northwest winds increase to 10mph for tonight with temperatures dropping into the 20s. We stay colder for Thursday as clouds increase throughout the day.

We get our first round of winter weather of the year as a quick moving systems brings a period of fluffy snow Thursday night into early Friday morning. Check out the timeline below for more information:

Clearing skies and cold, blustery conditions arrives Friday with highs barely climbing above 32 degrees. We continue cold and dry Friday night through Saturday. Our team is more confident of an extended period of freezing rain for Sunday. This will be more impactful for travelers. Our weather team will have more information on Sunday, so be sure to check back for more details. Here is what we know initially:

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder