Some light snow is possible this morning, mainly in northern Indiana. This will be a fluffy, fine snow and could accumulate 1-3 inches.
After the rain departs Saturday afternoon we'll see a break in the action for the evening which is great news for any holiday shopping or parties!
"A narrow snow band is expected to develop and track across the area tomorrow evening, leaving us with about a 1/2" to 1" of total snow accumulation by Sunday morning. To put that in perspective, our wind chill was -10 degrees Thursday thus it will feel about 53 degrees warmer Saturday compared to yesterday!
Southerly gusty winds up to 30 miles per hour. High temperatures ranged from the upper teens in the Litchfield Hills to the mid and upper 20s in cities along the I-95 corridor. It's quite possible that the worst driving conditions will be after the snow is done Saturday evening and night.
Saturday morning will be snowy.
Saturday night, showers kick back up again.this time expect a wintry mix, including sleet and freezing rain.
On Sunday, thanks to a milder air mess with a temp around 40 degrees, precip changes entirely over to rain. The air hasn't been this cold since last January.
Monday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 24 and a low around 16. The high is expected to be 35 degrees, making it the coldest day since February 15.
Wednesday looks even better, since it won't be as cold.
Brrrr! It's been a frigid start to Friday, with single digit temperatures and wind chills running as much as -10°.
With the possibility of freezing rain and drizzle overnight, The North Carolina Department of Transportation will have crews on staged across Mecklenburg County.