11:23pm Friday, February 12, 2016
Overnight: Mostly cloudy, chance flurries and snow showers. Low: 11
Saturday: Chance flurries or snow showers, mainly early. Very cold. High: 17
Watch for slick spots through Saturday. Low temperatures drop to about 10 by morning with wind chills near or below zero. Some snow shower activity is still possible Saturday, mainly early in the day before an area of high pressure move in. Little accumulation, if any is possible through Saturday. High temperatures only get into the teens. Wind chill values will be in the single digits throughout the day. Sunday morning will be snow free, but our next system will bring snow in Sunday afternoon and through the evening. If you're planning on going out for Valentine's Day plans you may want to tune into Local 12 or check the radar first. Accumulations look likely through Sunday evening, so traveling may be difficult at times. A couple of inches are possible Sunday with an additional inch by Monday morning. Temperatures will be in the 20s. More snow continues for Monday, with some rain mixing in during the afternoon. Snow totals are still up in the air, due to lack of consensus with weather models and the placement of the storm system. Lingering snow or rain showers are possible Tuesday and Wednesday with temperatures getting closer to 40.
Meteorologist Erica Collura
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