Warmer, Then More Snow

Some light snow earlier this Saturday has since pushed out!

Tonight, Mostly cloudy skies with a slight possibility of isolated snow developing after midnight. Temperatures will trend in the upper 20s and low 30s tonight with breezy west winds between 5-15 MPH.

Tomorrow, Rain developing later in the evening through the overnight before transitioning over to a wintry mix and snow. Much warmer temperatures for Sunday in the low 40s with light south winds.  Off and on again snow developing from daybreak Monday and lingering Tuesday. Snow accumulations will be scattered and limited to less than two inches.

We're turning cold by Tuesday into midweek with highs between 29 and 32 degrees and lows in the mid teens.

Meteorologist Kevin Jacobs 

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