I. Areas of light snow and freezing drizzle will continue into the overnight hours and on into Wednesday morning. Watch for slick spots overnight-Wednesday morning.
II. Clouds will finally begin to erode Wednesday night and set us up for plentiful sunshine Thursday. Along with the increasing sunshine, a southwesterly air flow will develop and assist with providing a new “warming” trend as we close the work week. Mid-40s are ahead Thursday and lower-50s Friday. A “big hair warning” is officially in effect Friday as winds gust between 30-40 MPH Friday. 🙂
III. Our next storm system arrives on the scene overnight Friday into Saturday with light rain.
IV. We’re also monitoring the possibility of a “sneaky” snow maker Sunday night into Monday in a fast northwest flow. Light snow will impact portions of the Ohio Valley, but we’ll have to fine tune things over the next few days with respect to specific track and placement of the swath of accumulating snow. Stay tuned!