Mixed Precip Tonight and Tomorrow Will Make Roads Slick 

We’ll see increasing clouds and a mix of rain, freezing rain, sleet and snow developing overnight as a low pressure system approaches the area. It’ll stay primarily as a freezing rain event overnight with ice accretion (accumulation) possibly up to a quarter of an inch in inland locations. This could make driving conditions slick throughout the overnight hours and into the morning commute. The coast will change over to all rain first in the morning hours of Monday, with everyone else changing over from south to north. Highs Monday will be able to reach into the 40s as the low passes to our west. Once the low moves to our north and east we’ll see much colder air behind the cold front which will move through in the late afternoon or early evening. We could see a few snow showers by Monday night. Overnight lows will plummet about 40 degrees in most spots.


Tuesday’s highs stay on the cold side, in the teens and low 20s. We’ll see a mix of sun and clouds. By Wednesday a high pressure system starts to move into the area. Highs warm up a few degrees, into the upper teens and low to mid 20s, with partly to mostly sunny skies. Thursday will be mostly sunny with highs around normal (upper teens and 20s) as the high pressure system moves closer to the area. We’ll see the chance for a few snow showers on Friday with highs rebounding to near normal levels.


Monday: Highs 42° – 49° with rain for most of the day. Once the cold front moves through in the afternoon, temps will drop. Overnight lows will be in the single digits and teens.


Tuesday: Highs 12°-24° with clear skies. It’ll be partly sunny.


Wednesday: Highs 19°-27° with partly sunny to mostly sunny skies.


Thursday: Highs 18°-29° with mostly sunny skies.


Friday: Highs 23°-35° with partly cloudy skies and a few snow showers in the morning.