Still mild into Friday, but this weekend, turning sharply colder and a winter storm develops Sunday. Scattered rain showers tonight, but rain chances will increase later Friday evening into the predawn hours of Saturday. This ahead of a slow moving arctic cold front. Our temperatures will start to chill down Friday night into Saturday. As cold, dry air is in place by Saturday night and Sunday, moisture will increase from the south, with a developing storm. A wintry mix of snow and sleet then freezing rain, looks to unfold across the region Sunday. Temperatures are expected to remain at or below freezing across our region Sunday. Some snow and sleet accumulation, but significant ice accumulations are expected to develop on trees, power lines and other untreated surfaces. Be prepared for potential power outages and travel disruptions on Sunday. Stay tuned for updates!
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, scattered showers, mild, patchy fog, lows 55-60. Friday: Cloudy, showers, mild, highs 58-64. Friday night: Steadier rain, lows 37-40. Saturday: Early AM rain, some clearing, colder, highs 40-45. Saturday night: Clouds increase, cold, lows 25-29. Sunday: Cloudy, wintry mix of snow, sleet, then freezing rain, cold, highs 27-32. Monday: Early AM freezing rain to rain, highs 44-50.