Quick bursts of snow for late Friday...marking the leading edge of the colder air that will set up shop for the rest of the weekend.
Snow showers ending Friday evening...but the winds stay up as the cold sets in. Wind chills will dip below zero overnight.
Saturday we start with a little sun. Highs struggle up into the mid-teens, and we could see a few stray flurries in the afternoon.
The coldest of the "cold snap" comes overnight Saturday night into Sunday morning. We'll dip down to around zero for a low.
Sunday will see clouds building in...then by late afternoon, a chance for light snow arrives.
Track of the storm is critical to us as we move through the overnight into Monday morning. As of this writing, it looks to be good for 1" to 2" of snow through the duration of the event.
But a more northerly solution could bump those numbers up an inch or two. Small chance...but we'll monitor it closely.
We're getting hints too of a brief warm-up for the end of the next week before another shot of cold comes back in. Something to watch in the coming days.
Have an awesome weekend!
Chief Met Norm
Today's Record Temperatures