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7:00 AM | Snow shower threat late tonight/early tomorrow with possible slick spots for the morning commute

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Sunny for much of the day, but some clouds move in late, breezy, cold, highs in the low-to-mid 40’s


Becoming cloudy, cold, flurries possible early, snow showers late, lows in the mid-to-upper 20’s


Snow showers in the morning with slick spots possible for the morning commute, a mix of clouds and sun in the afternoon, breezy, cold, upper 30's

Thursday Night

Partly cloudy, brisk and cold, mid 20’s


Mostly sunny, cold, near 40


Mostly sunny, cold, low 40’s


Partly sunny, breezy, chilly, mid 40’s


Mostly cloudy, chilly, chance for rain or snow, low-to-mid 40’s


Not sure if you can postpone the beginning of spring, but if it were possible, this is a case where it should be done. Actually, spring has officially begun this morning if you take a look at the calendar; however, there is no spring-like weather pattern in sight. A blocking pattern in the upper atmosphere will keep us generally below normal through the rest of March and perhaps well into the month of April.

In the near term, an area of low pressure will form later today along a secondary cold front as it heads towards the east coast and the low will likely produce snow showers around here late tonight and early Thursday. Slick spots are quite possible for the morning commute as a coating to an inch or so of snow could form on grassy areas and untreated road surfaces with low temperatures overnight ending up below freezing. Cold high pressure from Canada will then control the scene to close out the work week and begin the weekend with temperatures remaining below normal for this time of year. A storm will form in the southeastern states late in the weekend and it’ll have to be monitored for a possible turn up the coast early next week which could give us the chance for rain or snow on Monday.