Tonight: Heavy snow and some sleet. Difficult and dangerous travel tonight. Wind: E->N 7-14 Low: 25-29
Friday: Early morning snow tapers west to east through 9am. Chance of snow showers in the afternoon with breaks of sun. Precipitation chance early is 80%, tapers to 30%. Additional accumulations will be minimal, if any. Wind: W 6-10G15 High: 34-38
Friday Night: Partly to mostly cloudy and breezy. Wind: W7-16G22 Low: 28-32
Heavy snow is on the way tonight with significant accumulations by morning. We have increased snowfall totals based on the thinking that there will be LESS snowfall-robbing sleet in the forecast. There is still sleet in the forecast for places essentially near and east of I81. Travel tonight will be hazardous and slippery. Overnight lows stay in the upper 20s to near 30. See the forecast video above for snowfall totals expected. Please check the forecast often tonight. We will be tracking the development and location of sleet and may need to adjust the forecast based on its arrival and expected duration.
The snowfall wraps up quickly Friday morning from west to east. A few snow showers are possible in the afternoon. No significant additional accumulations are expected after 9am. Highs will be in the mid to upper 30s. Friday night is quiet with lows in the upper 20s.
Saturday and Sunday look quiet with highs in the low 30s under partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies. Highs stay in the mid 30s Saturday and drop to the low 30s Sunday. Monday and Tuesday are tranquil with highs in the mid 30s dropping to around 30 Tuesday. A few snow showers are possible Monday with the chance of snow at 30%. Wednesday and Thursday are also cold with no major issues expected.