Possible Snow, Cold Temps On Tap For Weekend

Saul Bowman
April 9, 2018

We'll get partial clearing Friday night into Saturday morning, and temperatures will fall into the single digits for most places. Snow overspreads the area Sunday afternoon, with the bulk of the accumulating snow coming Sunday night into Monday morning. New snow accumulation of 1 to 3 inches is predicted, according to the National Weather Service. We hit the low 40s this afternoon and slowly start to see skies clear.

Elevated to critical fire danger returns Sunday as another cold front moves through.

Saturday: Partly sunny. High: 65-70. It just didn't snow long enough, hard enough or get cold enough, fast enough for snow to reach deeper in the valley, or for a more widespread, bigger snow to occur across the region. High: mid-upper 40s.

Saturday Afternoon: It'll stay breezy and cooler through the day on Saturday with a fair number of clouds around through mid-day.


Clouds will grow back in tonight as we'll likely deal with a few light spotty showers after midnight. This system, with origins in the sub tropics will bring more rain than snow. Highs will be in the upper 30s. It will be dry but chilly with highs in the mid 40's. We will continue to remain optimistic that as we go into next weekend, temperatures will really take off courtesy of a southwest wind ahead of a cold front moving through the Midwest.

Another rain chance Monday; another drop in temperatures on Tuesday. High temperatures are expected to climb well into the 50s Thursday and may even approach 60 degrees in a few spots.

The rest of the week seems to give us a glimmer of hope that spring is finally here.

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