Us meteorologists are still snoozing away, which is a very good thing for most everyone else. High pressure sprawled across the Northeast & Great Lakes will keep us protected through the start of Friday, before the strong cold front on the map entering the Upper Great Lakes Thursday blows through late Friday with a few showers. Behind the front, scattered snow showers & a few squalls possibly mixed with rain Saturday morning will be with us for the first part of the weekend followed by a chill & some sun to finish the weekend. So yes, it looks like we may see a bit of snow Saturday, but I do not see any major weather problems to really hamper travel too much over the weekend, with Sunday being the better of the two weekend days.
Next week at this point looks like it could get kind of interesting, especially middle of the week with some kind of storm, but of course it's way too early to speculate on precip type or amount all dependent on storm track. Stay tuned to News 8 for the latest.
Also, our News 8 Winter Ready special will be re-airing in its entirety @ 530 Wednesday evening on