Snow Tonight & Tomorrow, Cold Mid Week 



We will see the snow in coastal locations continue through the overnight hours and wrap up early on Sunday morning. Looks like two to four inches of snow in most spots along the coast. It will be enough snow to make travel difficult, especially overnight tonight and very early Sunday morning. Please use caution. Highs on Sunday will warm into the 30s.


As a second low moves closer to our area for Sunday night we will see more snow showers developing in the afternoon. These look to be lighter but could again coat roads in some locations making them slick. Temps drop into the teens and low 20s Sunday night which will allow for refreezing of anything that may have melted during the day.


Monday will be much quieter. Highs will be colder ranging from the mid teens to low 30s from north to south. Coastal locations will be the warmest.  We will have mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. Overnight lows will fall below zero in most spots. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday will feature very frigid temps with highs only in the single digits and low teens.


Tonight: Lows drop into upper teens and low to mid 20s. Snow wraps up overnight.


Sunday: Highs in the 30s with snow showers possible through the day with mostly cloudy skies.


Monday: Highs range from the mid teens to low 30s with partly to mostly sunny skies.


Tuesday: Highs in the single digits and teens with mostly sunny skies.


Wednesday: Highs in the single digits and teens with mostly cloudy skies.


Thursday: Highs in the single digits and teens with partly sunny skies.