Friday, February 26, 2016
A mostly clear night will allow temperature inversions to once again form and keep the valleys cool, though any overnight clouds will elevate the minimum temperatures noted this morning.
After a mostly sunny morning Saturday, clouds will overspread the area in advance of a weak storm in northwest flow that moves over the area Saturday night. Light snow will fall on the hill overnight with 1-4” expected by Sunday morning. The warm daytime temperatures, however, may lead to a chance of rain in the valleys before cooler air works in around midnight, turning any rain showers to snow with minimal, if any, accumulations in the valley.
After a cloudy early morning Sunday, partly sunny skies will return first to the valleys and then eventually to the mountain by the afternoon.
A slightly stronger and cooler storm threatens the area with snow for Monday.