Much better in both wind and temperature today, but I’m afraid we’ll see some snow tonight before we can continue to warm up. Winds today will remain calm, with highs in the lower 30s – which finally bring wind chill values above the 20-degree mark. This evening, snow will begin to fall in spots. Snow will become more widespread tonight, with maybe even a little rain or freezing rain joining the mix tomorrow before precipitation ends in the late-morning hours. Overall, snow accumulations appear to be between 1-2″ for the area. Make sure to be careful when heading outside tomorrow morning – roads will be slick. I’d still recommend a heavy coat when going outside – but this won’t be the case at some points in the next week. Check out the 5-day forecast for more details!
–Forecaster Adam Grimes