12:30pm Monday, February 8, 2016
Today: Rain and snow showers. Minor grassy accumulations of under an inch possible in the heaviest showers. High: 39
Tonight: Scattered snow showers. Accumulations an inch or less. Low: 25
Expect more scattered rain and snow showers throughout the morning and into the afternoon. Where we see the snow showers, they are not expected to create anything other than wet roads due to warm air and ground temperatures. But some minor, grassy accumulations are possible of under an inch. As things get colder tonight, we will see more scattered snow showers in the forecast. While any accumulations are expected to be an inch or less, these snow showers could still create some slick spots on area roads as air temperatures - and eventually road temperatures get colder. I expect these scattered snow showers to continue tomorrow and tomorrow night before coming to an end on Wednesday. Your best bet for slick roads will come late tonight through Wednesday morning. Bitter cold air also returns this week with temperatures well below normal. Some single digit lows are also possible. For more on the snow showers and bitter cold air to come, join Erica Collura starting First at Four.
Today's Record Temperatures