Passing flurries linger as winds increase; slick spots possible as temps drop


  • Passing flurries linger overnight as winds increase
  • Some refreeze possible as temperatures drop overnight
  • Few rain/snow showers to end the weekend


Ovenight: Some flurries will linger into the overnight hours under cloudy skies, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Eric Elwell said. Gusty winds will develop and may cause weakened tree limbs from the ice storm to come down. Wet surfaces may become icy as temperatures drop into the upper 20s by morning.

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Friday: Isolated slick spots are possible to start the morning. Clouds will linger with a passing flurry possible. It will be quite blustery with temperatures reaching to near 40 degrees.

Saturday: Expect mostly cloudy skies with temperatures holding in the lower 40s.

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Sunday: Skies will be mostly cloudy with a chance for a passing rain or snow shower in the afternoon or evening. Highs will hover near 40 degrees but fall late in the day and evening.

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Monday: Skies will become mostly sunny with chilly temperatures holding in the upper 30s.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy skies are in the forecast with high temperatures struggling to reach 40 degrees.

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