Snow ending by 4am, scattered rain/snow showers Wednesday afternoon

Forecast

A light coating of snow for some places overnight...

TONIGHT: Snow Through 4am. 0.5″ Or Less In Most Spots. Lo 32.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Scattered Rain/Snow Showers. Hi 44.

THURSDAY: Partly Cloudy, Breezy. Hi 43.

Today was windy at times, but temperatures still did hit the low to mid-40s with plenty of sunshine throughout the day. The winds do diminish tonight, but a clipper system approaching means some light winds and a little bit of moisture.

We do expect some light snow showers overnight after 10 PM through about 4 AM. Just like Sunday, the best chances for accumulation will be over the higher terrain given that temperatures will be hovering around freezing. A coating to a half inch of snow is likely the highest potential we can squeeze out of this anyway. This should not affect too much of the morning commute, but do watch for lingering slick spots on less traveled roadways.

The clipper itself passes by tomorrow and we do expect another round of rain and snow showers tomorrow afternoon. Temperatures will be in the upper 30s and lower 40s, so accumulating snow will not be a factor.

Thursday will be seasonable and breezy before another weak clipper system comes through the region on Friday. A mix of light rain and snow showers arrives for Friday as a result, but again with temperatures in the 40s we do not expect accumulations.

Saturday will start our weekend off cold and dry, but at least we expect a lot of sun. Clouds increase with a warm-up by Sunday and temperatures could easily rise into the 50s for Monday-Tuesday. This warm-up also brings rain, and a good soaking rain is likely for early next week. Behind this rain colder air looms again for the middle part of next week.

-Meteorologists Adis Juklo and Dan Tomaso

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