We’ve seen the last of the freezing rain and as promised, rain, sleet, and snow across the Valley this afternoon is underway. Wet snow showers will continue in varying degrees this evening with even some dry periods now and then.
Snow will gradually taper off and eventually push off to the east later tonight. Snow should end here in the Valley around or shortly after midnight. Most places will chalk up an inch of snow or less overnight.
Temperatures overnight will hover pretty close to where they’ve been all day – right around 32°.
While the ice and snow will have ended, clouds will stick around through Friday. Temperatures should warm all the way to 36° or so but it will be dry.
The good news is once this system is out of here, we’ll have very little in the way of weather issues to spoil the weekend. We should remain dry through Saturday with occasional peaks of sunshine. A cold front will push through Saturday night into Sunday that will bring low chances for some light snow.
Sunday brings an upper-level disturbance and chances for rain showers mainly in the afternoon and evening.
Temperatures should range from the upper 30s for daytime highs on Saturday. We’ll warm to the low 40s on Sunday.
Sunshine and below normal temperatures to start next week, but we have warming temperatures as we approach Thanksgiving.