Rain changes to snow tonight, accumulation still suspect
There snow in the forecast but little is expected to stick Friday. Scattered snow showers and flurries are unlikely to accumulate with temperatures warming into the mid to upper 30s. There will be more snow showers Saturday and Sunday as a broad area of low-pressure swirls through the great lakes. At this moment, it is unlikely for more than an inch per day. There may be some lake enhancement Saturday, that could bring some areas a little more, but that still seems a stretch given the lack of true cold air. The pattern stays active next week but real cold air remains missing.
Tonight: Rain showers, changing to scattered snow after midnight. Low 32.
Friday: Scattered snow showers. High 38.
Saturday: Scattered snow showers. High 36.
Sunday: Scattered snow showers. High 32.