Overnight Forecast Thursday, January 17, 2018

Weathercast

Tonight we will have snow shower and flurries that will start to taper off by the morning hours. Most places will pick up another 1 to 2 inches of snow by the morning. This can create slick spots on any untreated surfaces for the morning commute. So you will want to give yourself some extra time. Low temperatures tonight will fall down into the lower and middle 20s. Friday will turn out to be variably cloudy with some flurries and a snow shower along and west of Route 219. High temperatures will reach into the lower and middle 30s. Friday night will be dry but mostly cloudy with our low temperatures falling into the lower and middle 20s. The next weather system will be moving into the area on Saturday and some of the details are still fuzzy. As of Thursday night snow will be developing around lunch time Saturday and will continue through the overnight hours. Then it will come to an end early Sunday. At times there maybe a wintry mix especially farther to the south, but that will depend on the track that the storm takes. We will have more details as it moves closer. High temperatures Saturday will be in the upper 20s to the lower 30s. Sunday will have an early high around 30 degrees and we will be down into the teens by the afternoon and evening. And on top of that the wind will help it to feel a good bit colder. Martin Luther King Day on Monday will turn out to be quite cold. High temperatures will not get out of the teens and the winds will make it feel much colder. So if you do have to go out you will want to be sure to bundle up. Tuesday we will have clouds and sunshine with high temperatures getting into the 20s. Another system looks to move into the region Wednesday, which will bring some snow showers and flurries to the area. High temperatures will be around 30 degrees. A flurry is possible early Thursday, otherwise we will have more clouds than sunshine and high temperatures will reach the 20s to around the 30-degree mark.

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