Friday: Light, but persistent snow overnight has led to snow-covered roads for your morning drive to work and school. Roads will continue to be on the slick side through much of the morning until crews have a chance to get an upper hand on them. Steady light snow will continue through the morning and gradually taper off into snow showers by the afternoon with a high near 30 degrees. Additional snowfall accumulations should remain under one inch.
Friday night: The bulk of the snow showers taper off by the evening, but we may see a few lingering flurries. Cloudy skies will stick around during the overnight hours with a low temperature near 23 degrees.
Saturday: We still won’t see much sunshine as the grey skies look to stick with us for a while under mostly cloudy to overcast skies. We should get a break from the snow though and it will remain mild with an afternoon high near 32 degrees.
The cloudy and mild conditions will continue through the weekend and into much of next week with chances of light snow returning by the middle to end of next week.