The morning commute could be a little iffy. Some of the rain that will come with today's system could try to sneak in this morning and with temperatures close to or just above freezing, that could mean some freezing rain. We'll be keeping a close eye on that one for you.
For the rest of the day, we'll see a surge of warm air that will take us close to the 50 degree mark, but it will be plagued with wind and rain, making it an overall dreary day. Rain chances are around 60%.
Tonight, as usual, what goes up must come down. In this case, that means the temperatures. The rain should change over to snow overnight. Lows drop into the upper 20s. We're not expecting much, if anything, in the way of accumulation.
A few lingering snow showers will be around for the first part of your Friday. After that, skies will start to clear but it will be much colder than Thursday with highs only topping out in the low 30s.
We get another break on Saturday, with sunshine and clouds, with highs climbing to around 40.
Sunday is still a tricky forecast, with rain again changing over to snow. We could see some accumulation with that system. We're keeping a close eye on that one.
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