Updated Thu, Dec 18, 2014 5:42 pm
A slight chance of snow showers will begin this evening around 5 p.m. Snow flurries will fall overnight and into tomorrow morning ending by 10 a.m. No accumulation will occur.
Pressure has started to build and will cause the skies to become mostly sunny by tomorrow afternoon, but, by tomorrow night, more clouds will enter the region.
Friday night will be mostly cloudy, and the clouds will remain through Saturday. Temperatures will begin to warm up through the weekend and into next week.
Sunday will be mostly sunny with highs reaching into the low 40s. A slight chance of rain will be in store for Monday and the chance will increase through Monday night.
Tuesday holds a chance for rain and snow showers that will also pick up through the night. Wednesday, the rain and snow showers will continue, and Christmas Day holds a chance of snow showers.
Accumulations will be less than one inch.
TONIGHT: Cloudy with chances of light snow showers and flurries. | LOW: 23°
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny with chance of morning flurries. | HIGH: 38° | LOW: 26°
SATURDAY: Partly sunny. | HIGH: 39° | LOW: 30°
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny. | HIGH: 42° | LOW: 30°
MONDAY: Chance of rain. | HIGH: 44° | LOW: 35°
TUESDAY: Chance of rain and snow. | HIGH: 47° | LOW: 36°
WEDNESDAY: Chance of rain and snow. | HIGH: 40° | LOW: 29°
CHRISTMAS DAY: Chance of snow showers. | HIGH: 36°