As anticipated, we have light rain/drizzle this morning as a cold front approaches. Temperatures are generally in the low-40s and that’s about as high as we can expect today. Temperatures will trend colder through the day as our front slips south.
As the temperature drops this afternoon, the rain will mix with and eventually change to snow. Locally, accumulation will be light. Travel impacts will be minor and most roads will be wet. The ground is warm yet so snow accumulation will be limited to mostly grassy areas. Some freezing on secondary roads will be possible tonight as temperatures dip to the mid-20s.
Snow showers will end quickly this evening but that cold air will make for a chilly Friday. Afternoon highs won’t do much better than the upper-30s. A northwest breeze will make it feel colder.
High pressure will keep dry conditions through the weekend. Saturday will be cool yet, but temperatures look to rebound back to the low-50s by Sunday.
Another – much stronger – cold front will arrive early next week. A true taste of winter is likely with this one and afternoon temperatures will struggle to even reach freezing on Tuesday. You might want to dig out the winter coat over the weekend.