Rounds of showers and storms continue to push across the region. Flash flooding is the main threat tonight into Wednesday.
Some snow out there on the roads and we have been through this way too many times, so you know just to take it much slower than usual. Heading into the afternoon things will look MUCH different as we are looking at sunny skies, but very cold air is going to be in place with highs in the 20s.
Stay bundled heading into Thursday because our temperatures aren't going anywhere with highs in the upper 20s, but at least we are sunny. Friday will be another dry one until we hit the evening/nighttime hours. That's when more snow heads our way as this one will be another light snow maker. Saturday afternoon should be just fine.
All eyes then point toward Sunday and Monday. A storm system to our west will glide eastbound bringing us some interesting weather. We could be looking at a rain/snow/freezing rain/sleet event. This is something that will have to fine tune as we get closer.
Meteorologist Micah Harris