This evening, we will be seeing temperatures reach down into the mid to lower 30s for the overnight low. Rain chances will quickly dwindle away after 5pm. A few scattered remnants might remain afterwards, but the majority of the rain will have passed by then. Winds will be out of the Southwest from 5-10 mph through the evening as well. After midnight, there is a slight chance for some snow showers to begin as well. Higher chances of snow between midnight and 4AM. Not accumulation much is expected though, with warmer surfaces from today. Snow chances ramp up again tomorrow morning after 7AM. Keep tuned tomorrow morning for an update on potential snow totals for tomorrow!
–Cardinal Weather Service Forecaster Jordan Wolfe