TODAY: It will be mainly cloudy and cooler for your Thursday. We kept the southwesterly winds this morning, but they are beginning to shift more out of the north this afternoon. There are some signs the skies will clear for a short period of time this afternoon allowing our highs to reach the mid to upper 40s. Other than a few light showers in our southwestern sections of the Tri-State we are going to stay dry and a few degrees above normal.
TONIGHT: Increasing cloud cover will be likely tonight while remaining on the dry side. Northerly winds will take over and drop our temperatures into the upper 20s and lower 30s. Like the past few mornings, you should expect it to feel a few degrees cooler due to the wind chill factor.
REST OF THE WEEK: We're tracking an active and colder end to the work week. Friday will remain cloudy and cool through the daytime hours, but as we head into the evening all eyes will be looking out for the winter weather headed our way. Model data continues to indicate snow chances will reach the Tri-State sometime before midnight in the northern and western sections of the Tri-State before tracking southward. It is likely this system will bring snow, wintry mix, and rain that will cause impacts on the roadways. As far as accumulation totals, it does continue to lessen, but most of the models are showing anywhere from 1-4", with the most falling in our southern communities. We’ll continue to keep you updated during the coming days as more information becomes available.