What We’re Tracking:
- Above freezing again Friday
- Some rain moving in Friday night
- Rain builds Saturday, transitions to snow – heavy west
Temperatures will fall back into the middle to upper 20s tonight with partly to mostly cloudy skies throughout much of the night.
The clouds will thicken through the day on Friday as temperatures warm into the upper 30s and lower 40s. Areas of drizzle are possible, but heavier rain will hold off until later Friday night and into Saturday.
Most of Saturday will be wet, but during the afternoon hours, rain will change over to snow from west to east as colder air moves in. It will be very windy on Saturday, as well. In western areas where the snow accumulates, near blizzard conditions will be possible. Highest snow amounts will be for areas northwest of Manhattan. Amounts of snow will taper off east, but most areas will see at least a period of snow as it changes over before ending Saturday evening.
KSNT Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller