Our weekend is just around the corner and it appears the odds for snow are increasing across our region. We have a couple of systems to watch. One is blowing through here now and will bring snow showers tonight and early Friday. The other is the Super Bowl storm system we’ve been tracking here for more than a week.
Winds will continue to crank this evening as temps spike then crash behind a cold front. A few showers will be with us and those will change to snow showers late this evening. A northwesterly wind flow will set up and that’s likely to bring a decent period of snow showers and flurries late tonight into Friday morning.
Some light accumulations will be possible across the central and east.Another morning of slick roads will be possible. Temps on Friday will drop through the 20s with teens for wind chill readings.
That brings us to the weekend storm system. This has the potential to bring accumulating snow to much of our region from Super Bowl Sunday into Monday.
This has the potential to become a winter storm across our part of the world, but things can still change. Just put this in the heads up category for now.
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