Friday will bring more periodic snow showers about sunrise, so another inch in spots may have significant impact on the morning commute, Simpson said.
A second lull in weather systems appears to be headed to the area during the second half of the day Friday, with one final batch of about an inch of snow coming Friday night.
throughout the day and evening before finally coming to an end. We could add another inch or so Friday, bringing total accumulation to 2 inches to 3 inches in scattered locations, Simpson said. Temperatures will actually fall Friday, ending up in the mid- to upper teens by the end of the day. Not as much wind is expected, so blowing and drifting snow should be kept at a minimum.
Look for a cold start Saturday with temperatures near 10 degrees. Clouds will increase through midday with more snow arriving late afternoon, continuing in the evening and ending by midnight. That system will bring the potential for another 2 inches to 3 inches of snow across the area. Highs will be in the mid-20s.
Sunday is the only dry day this week and likely bring the most sun over the next five days, Simpson said. The cold weather continues Sunday, with highs just above freezing in the afternoon.
Monday, temperatures will start near 20 and reach into the mid-20s. There's a chance for more snow showers Monday evening as another cold front passes through with very cold air behind it, said Simpson.
Light, scattered snow showers continue into Tuesday, with high temps reaching the mid teens.