Overnight: Mainly clear. Lows: 15-18 inland, 18-22 shores. Winds: NNE 10.
Saturday: Mostly sunny with late day clouds. Cooler. Highs: 28-33. NNE becoming East 10.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy. Lows: 20-25. Winds: East 5-10.
Sunday: Mostly Cloudy, warmer, with a few rain showers. Highs: 38-42. Winds: East becoming South 10.
High pressure will build overnight, so expect mainly clear skies with temperatures dropping back into the upper-teens and low-20s. Main roads have dried out a bit, so not as much black ice. Still icy in neighborhoods, though.
A mainly quiet weekend on deck – kicking off Saturday with mainly sunny skies and late day clouds. Despite the sunshine, Saturday will be chilly with highs only near 30°. Sunday will be a touch milder with temperatures closer to 40°. We should see some melting over the weekend – just remember the snow can still melt in direct sunlight even if temperatures are not above freezing.
I expect most of the snow will be gone by the middle of next week since we’ll be tracking rain showers and highs in the 50s and 60s from Monday through Thursday.
Have a great weekend…and careful out there on the roads!
Meteorologist Don Slater