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The deep freeze is over as temperatures warm above zero overnight. Light snow will bring a range of one to three inches of snow through Friday morning. Snow ends before the morning drive.
Temperatures are on the rise, a weekend thaw will bring highs in the 50s by Monday. Once temperatures rise above freezing Saturday, they are likely to stay there through Monday evening. The melt will be steady but flooding concerns are nowhere near last February when six to eight inches of rain and meltwater were released. This round looks to be maybe two inches max.
Tonight: Overnight snow, temperatures warming from -2.
Friday: Mostly to partly cloudy, high of 22.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, fog possible, high of 42.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, high of 48.