Forecast Last Updated at Friday, February 21, 2020 at 11:42AM
The remarkable thought about yesterday's snow is that it's the biggest of the season thus far. Generally 1"-3" of snow fell across the region with 4"-5" on mountaintops. Skies continue to be sunny this afternoon with cold temperatures in place. Saturday has lots of sun with milder temperatures by afternoon. Sunday has increasing clouds in the afternoon and overnight. Temperatures Sunday will be one step milder.
Hi: 25 Lo: 11
Sunny; Cold; NNW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 39 Lo: 19
Mostly clear; Not as cold by afternoon; NW wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 41 Lo: 31
Increasing PM clouds; Relatively pleasant; Light SW wind, but becoming breezy at higher elev's Sun. night
Hi: 37 Lo: 36
Cloudy; A chilly rain, possibly starting as brief light snow around or before sunrise
Hi: 49 Lo: 39
Mostly cloudy; Lingering morning rain; Partial clearing late
Wednesday - Increasing clouds again; Turning sharply colder in the PM; Late-day rain showers, quickly changing to snow showers; Becoming blustery; High in the lower 40s; Low in the lower 20s
Thursday - AM snow showers, then decreasing clouds; Cold; Blustery; High in the lower 20s; Low in the mid teens
Skies clear as cold high pressure centered in the Ohio River Valley takes over. The high moves slowly eastward this weekend. Friday is very cold. Saturday is milder by afternoon. Sunday is one more step milder with increasing clouds in the afternoon and overnight.
Low pressure develops this weekend in the SW U. S. It moves into the Mid-Mississippi River Valley by Monday. Generally light rain arrives here Monday. This will begin briefly as light snow around or just before sunrise Monday. Monday will be cooler.
Warmer air arrives Tuesday with rain ending by noon. We'll get a glimpse of the sun late Tuesday.
The next Arctic front from the northwest comes quickly on the heels of Tuesday's system. Wednesday begins with partial sun and seasonally mild temperatures. The Arctic front moves through midday Wednesday and temperatures fall quickly on gusty NW winds. Light rain is possible in the afternoon but changes quickly to snow showers. Snow showers continue Wednesday night into Thursday. Thursday will be blustery and much colder.
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