After some snow in the overnight and early morning hours, a coating to around 1 inch of the white stuff accumulating statewide, we clear out and have a short period of tranquil weather with seasonable temperature, about 24 hours for us to collect our bearings after what looked to be a bit of an “appetizer” for the winter weather event to come later on this weekend. First things first, for today, expect cloudy to mostly cloudy skies with the chance for snow showers this afternoon. Temperatures will hold steady in the low to mid 30s. Heading into this evening, we will see the clouds break and temperatures slide back down into the low to mid 20s statewide.
Today: Mostly cloudy, with scattered snow showers, clearing this evening… highs in the 30s
Tonight: Mostly clear, temps in the low to mid 30s
Saturday: Mostly clear in the morning, clouds and snow moving in during the late afternoon, temperatures steady in the 30s
Saturday night: Periods of snow, sleet, and freezing rain, temps at the shore rising to around 32, temps inland steady in the upper 30s
Sunday: Periods of snow, sleet, freezing rain, becoming all snow late in the morning, temps steady in the upper 20s and low 30s, falling through the afternoon.
Sunday night: Snow early then gradual clearing, temperatures falling through the entire night, bottoming out in the low single digits south, to negative single digits inland.
Monday (MLK Day): Clear and cold. Highs single digits and teens statewide, falling back into the single digits at night.
Tuesday: Mostly clear early, temperatures start off frigid, then rebound back into the 20s, increasing clouds toward evening, possible snow, lows in the teens.
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