- Snow showers overnight
- A coating of snow in spots by Wednesday morning
- More snow showers on Thursday
Overnight: Snow showers will be moving through, Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Eric Elwell said. A coating of snow is possible in many areas with a few spots possibly receiving up to ½-inch. Some slick spots are likely by morning, mainly on untreated and elevated surfaces and roadways. Temperatures will slowly drop into the middle 20s.
Wednesday: Snow showers will taper off early in the day with lingering clouds. Some breaks in the clouds are expected late in the day. No additional daytime accumulation is expected. Highs will hold in the lower 30s.
Thursday: Snow showers will develop again by late morning. The snow may mix briefly with rain, especially south of Interstate 70 during the afternoon before changing back to snow showers by evening. Some light snow accumulation is possible, mainly on grassy and elevated surfaces.
Friday: Skies will clear with lots of sunshine in the afternoon. It will stay cold with temperatures holding in the lower 30s.
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Saturday: More high clouds will be around with highs staying in the lower 30s.
Sunday: Lots of clouds are expected with some filtered sunshine. High temperatures will rebound into the middle 30s.