Snow developing early this afternoon which will likely cause a messy evening commute! Snow changing to sleet and freezing rain tonight then to liquid rain before ending early tomorrow morning! Mild on Thursday!

Good morning!

Skies are cloudy early on this Wednesday morning and temperatures range from the mid 20s in Clifton to the upper teens further inland, winds are light northerly.

A low pressure system will move into the area today with snow developing around 1 p.m. and may come down moderately at times this afternoon. The timing for the snow is similar to the November storm that caused massive traffic problems but hopefully the snow will not come down as heavy as back then. Still it still could be a mess. Total accumulations of 2-4 inches are likely. The precipitation will change to sleet and freezing rain this evening before changing to all rain before ending mainly before daybreak tomorrow.

Some sunshine by tomorrow afternoon will help temperatures rise into the 50s ahead of a cold front that will come through at night.

Seasonably mild and dry Friday into the day on Saturday but another storm system will give us precipitation Saturday night into Sunday, this time it will be warm enough so only plain rain is expected.

Dry weather with near seasonable temperatures early next week.


TODAY – FEB 20 – Cloudy with snow developing mainly after 1 p.m, high in the low 30s, snow accumulation of 2-4 inches expected.

TONIGHT – Cloudy with snow changing to sleet and freezing rain this evening and then to all rain before ending before daybreak, temperatures rising to the mid 30s.

THURSDAY – FEB 21 – Becoming mostly sunny and mild, high in the mid 50s.

FRIDAY – FEB 22 – Mostly sunny, high in the upper 40s.

SATURDAY – FEB 23 – Increasing cloudiness, high in the mid 40s, rain likely at night.

SUNDAY – FEB 24 – Mostly cloudy and mild with rain likely, high in the upper 50s.

MONDAY – FEB 25 – Mostly sunny, high in the mid 40s.

TUESDAY – FEB 26 – Mostly sunny, high near 40.

MARINE FORECAST: A small craft advisory has been posted effective from 1 p.m this afternoon until 6 a.m. Thursday morning for southeast winds gusting to 25 knots, seas 3-5 feet.

OUTLOOK – Possible small craft advisories continuing through the day on Thursday; no advisories expected Friday and Saturday; small craft advisories possible on Sunday.

If traveling this afternoon please take it slow and safe!

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