Frigid night ahead with snow flurries possible

Frigid night ahead with snow flurries possible

As this strengthening is taking place, cold air will wrap around from the northwest, changing any rain or rain/snow mix over to all snow. We are dry for the start of your Monday, but we will have the potential for some scattered sprinkles ahead of the storm moving in tonight. Highs reach the low to mid-40s, but clouds could limit our duration at those peak temperatures. Winds are out of the East to 10mph this morning, and will be out of the Southeast to 10mph this afternoon. There will be a front nearby Saturday into Sunday, but it looks like we'll remain south of it most of the time and this should allow temperatures to warm into the 70s.

The first substantial wave of moisture is projected spread across Northern California after 8pm tonight. Expect snow showers and squalls, especially in the morning.

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The Cascades will see snow showers, which is some good news for skiers and snowboarders!

THURSDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies and cold temperatures develop, with a low of 33 degrees. Highs will be seasonably cool and a little below average in most areas. "1"-2" could fall, with locally higher amounts up to 3" possible. A few spotty rain showers will be possible in Eastern Kentucky. Up to an inch Tuesday night and into Wednesday. Highs will be cooler than Tuesday - only topping out in the low to mid 40s. We'll get into the 50s by Thursday, and the low 50s are on track for Friday. The next system is pressing in overnight, and we do welcome a chance for showers before sunrise tomorrow morning.