WEDNESDAY: Another shot at snow is moving through this morning. With temperatures cold enough for once, it will accumulate a bit more efficiently from the onset. We’re expecting many of us to fall in the 1-2 inch range when this starts moving east this afternoon. This will affect the morning commute. Plan on a slow go anytime after snow moves in around 4-5 am west and 5-6 am east of HWY 63. For the latest up-to-date details, head over to the Insider Blog throughout the morning.
TONIGHT: Snow will dwindle and should be out of here by this evening. With clouds expected to leave shortly behind the snow, temperatures are going to plummet overnight. We’ll make it to the teens, so any moisture left on the roads will be slick by tomorrow morning.
EXTENDED: Sunshine finally returns to close out the week Thursday and Friday. Temperatures will warm into the upper 30’s Thursday, making it into the upper 40’s Friday. Our next storm system approaches on Saturday. It will bring not only a good breeze but more widespread rain for the first day of the weekend. With temperatures at least in the 40’s, there’s no concern of anything wintry unless this holds on into Sunday. Current thinking is that it will move moisture out by the time the blustery conditions arrive Sunday, with highs in the upper 30’s and low 40’s. 40’s and sunshine look to help us into next workweek.