Written by John DiPasquale:
Storm misses us east with just a coating to an inch or so, & a little mix later this afternoon into tonight. It will likely turn a little slick in spots late today & tonight, but nothing that significant is expected right through the weekend. It appears that we may see a touch of rain late tonight & Saturday morning that should end as a little snow later Saturday afternoon & evening. Little, if any, accumulation is expected. A scattering of snow showers & flurries will be around Sunday with a brisk wind. Highs will cool from the upper 30s to around 40 Saturday, to the low & mid 30s Sunday.
It will be a nice quiet start to next week, but then we will have to watch a big stacked storm moving into the Eastern Lakes, & another trying to take shape closer to the coast. Stay tuned through the weekend into the start of next weekend to find out the latest, but this one will either be a big heavy, wet snow maker, especially for the high terrain, &/or a mixed bag, rain maker here. We'll see...I know snow lovers you are probably thinking with our luck this will be a rain maker for the majority. It could be, but at least there's more hope with this one currently.
Have a nice weekend bloggers!