Snow flurries will taper off early this morning and a seasonable January afternoon in store.
- Morning clouds & flurries, becoming partly cloudy
- Highs: 38-44 degrees
- Wind: NNW 5-10 mph
- A few clouds
- Lows: 25-32 degrees
- Wind: S 5 mph
- Morning sun, increasing clouds, flurries/sprinkles late
- Highs: 44-48 degrees
- Wind: S 5-15 mph
Watch out for a few slick spots early this morning with temperatures at, or slightly below freezing, across the region (especially north and west). Any lingering light snow showers/flurries will taper off from west to east. Skies will gradually clear through the day, as the cold front pushes east. With a light northerly wind, highs will climb into the lower 40s and fall into the 20s and low 30s overnight with a few clouds.
Another clipper approaches late tomorrow. Sunshine will start our Friday, but clouds will increase through the day. With southerly winds, highs will reach the mid to upper 40s. It will turn breezy and colder late tomorrow night, as the cold front pushes through. A few flurries are possible after sunset tomorrow, but similar to last night and this morning, there's not a lot of moisture with this system.
The weekend brings breezy conditions and colder temperatures. Highs Saturday will reach the upper 30s and lower 40s for Sunday. Yet another front approaches early Sunday morning bringing a chance for a few passing snow flurries. Monday warms into the upper 40s ahead of, you guessed it, another cold front. This one will also bring a few light snow showers/flurries to the area before turning much colder. Highs behind the front will only reach the 30s.