It all depends on where you are this morning as to what you are seeing. Some areas are seeing some snow showers, some are seeing a cold rain, some have a little wintry mix and some have nothing at all. Regardless of what you have, be careful when you hit the road.
We are not expecting much in the way of accumulation with this morning's snow, but you could see a little if you get caught in a intense snow band. We will see gradual clearing during the afternoon as the snow moves out and is replaced by late day sunshine. Highs will be much colder than yesterday's mid 50s though, only getting into the low to mid 30s.
Tonight, another cold one is on tap for us under clear skies. We'll drop into the low 20s or upper teens for most.
Saturday is one of the scarce dry days in the forecast. Look for sun and clouds during the day with highs near 40. The clouds start to return Saturday night ahead of our next system.
Sunday into Monday is still looking like a mess. Yes, two days out, I still can't give you a first call for snow totals. The models are nowhere near agreement on this system. I can tell you it does look like it will be another rain to snow transition. We'll continue to watch this one and update you as more data comes in.
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