We’re eyeing another storm system for this weekend however this one will be far different from storms that we have seen in past weekends this month as we’ll finally be on the warm side meaning we’ll see more rain than snow with this next system which is a welcome sight!
Travel impacts are still expected however as we see a mix of rain and snow developing later this morning and into the afternoon/evening hours. At this time the heaviest accumulation amounts will remain well to the north of the area but accumulations of less than an inch are possible here locally. Roads may become slick in spots but the majority of the accumulation will stick to grassy/elevated surfaces.
The snow will end later this evening leaving us with cloudy skies. Some patchy fog is likely to develop which will carry over into Saturday as well, however Saturday looks to remain dry.
Sunday will see a windy and mild day with cloudy skies and rain developing later in the afternoon. Highs will reach into the upper 40s near 50. We may even see a thunderstorm or two late Sunday evening. Windy conditions will be present as well.
Windy conditions continue into Monday but temperatures will remain above average for the rest of next week with a slight chance of light snow on Wednesday.