Here are snowfall totals from a chunk of our dedicated spotters from late afternoon-evening.
Watch for icy areas on roads tonight with lows well down into the 20s. Areas that have holes in the clouds may be as low as 20.
32-37 is likely tomorrow. Even as any low clouds break up, high & mid clouds will quickly follow.
Widespread freezing rain will overspread the area from south to north 5 a.m. A brief period of sleet is possible at the onset.
Freezing rain with up to 0.10" glaze will occur through Friday morning to midday. By early afternoon the area as a whole will rapidly change to rain with temperatures rising to 30s to 40 after 28-32.
The rain may be accompanied by a brief bout of isolated thunder. The highs of 40-49 from northwest to southeast will tend to occur early Friday night. Lows will drop to 34-38.
Some patchy rain is possible Friday night & then part of Saturday.
As temperatures drop to the lower 30s later Saturday a period of snow is possible. It is still not out of the question that there is some very minor accumulation. We will monitor.
Total liquid from what we have already had to what is expected Friday AM to Saturday will run 1.50-2.50".
Next system is Wednesday with rain, then change-over to some snow showers before ending. Temperatures look to fall in the PM.
Next Friday-Saturday a round of rainfall looks to be followed by a change-over to some snow before ending.
Highs should run in the 40s before falling into the 20s.
Another system may follow with some snow, then another system a few days later with rain to change-over to snow.