Overnight Forecast, Friday January 24, 2014

Snow showers will arrive for part of the region by morning.
Updated: Friday night, January 24th
Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton

Clouds will increase during the overnight hours ahead of the first system with lows near 10°, and spots west of I-99 could have snow by sunrise Saturday. Snow showers are going to move through in the morning with a snow squall moving through in the afternoon/evening. Be aware for some blowing snow Saturday as well with high temperatures in the low and mid 20s. Accumulations from one of these squalls may be more than what will be seen from the snow showers, and will be delivered quickly. Valley spots could see 1-3” snow while higher elevations could get 3-5”. These numbers really depend on how fast the snow squall moves through, so don’t be surprised if you end up on the higher end of the estimates. Sunday will start with a mix of clouds and some sunshine, but clouds will increase before the second clipper arrives late, bringing another round of snow showers to start the work week. High pressure will move in early next week, keeping the arctic air around. Toward the end of next week, temperatures will start climbing out of the single digits and closer to seasonal.
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