What We’re Tracking:
- Mostly clear skies overnight and cold
- Even warmer heading into the weekend
- Thunderstorms possible in spots for Saturday
Tonight we’ll see mostly clear skies with a light wind. This will allow temperatures to drop into the upper 10s and lower 20s for your overnight low.
We’ll start to see a slight warm-up as we head toward the end of our work week with highs getting up into the upper 30s and even some lower 40s across the area on Thursday. This warmth will definitely help melt the snow on the ground from the past few storms and start to clear the ground as we prepare for a rainy, and possibly even snowy (again), weekend.
What we’re tracking seems to start entering the area around Friday afternoon and evening. Now, temperatures will again be well above freezing with highs in the low to middle 40s for most of the area, causing whatever falls to the ground to be in the form of rain.
This system will carry on over into your Saturday morning and throughout the day continuing with rain as temperatures will still be rather warm with highs in the upper 40s. Temperatures will start to drop throughout the afternoon and into the evening causing a transition into snow later on. Accumulations are still up in the air at this point in time.
Still no long break in sight in terms of winter weather. Stay informed with the most up-to-date forecast by checking our website along with our KSNT weather app as we track the next potential winter system this weekend.
KSNT News Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller