THIS AFTERNOON: Drizzle has slowly tapered late this morning, but our next round of precipitation has started to enter our western counties. Expect rounds of drizzle, mixed with sleet and eventually snowflakes throughout the rest of this evening. Temperatures will hover in the 30s. Wind chills will be in the 20s.
TONIGHT: That wintry mix will eventually turn over to mostly snow as colder air moves in. Our northwestern counties have the best chance at seeing some accumulations, but we could see some slick spots with some freezing drizzle mixing in on some elevated surfaces like bridges and overpasses just about area-wide by Thursday morning.
EXTENDED: This system won't be done with us on Thursday, even though rain/snow will linger into the morning. The wider-reaching impact will be the bitterly cold weather moving in, especially for this time of year. Highs on Thursday won't get out of the 30s and wind chills toward the evening will be in the 20s for any brave trick-or-treaters. Be sure to bundle up Thursday if you plan on battling overnight lows in the 20s with a breeze out of the north around 10 mph. We begin a slow climb out of the cold on Friday with the retur