Around 1" to 2.4" of snowfall has been reported lastnight-today. Temperatures as of 2 p.m. are 21-26.
A few scattered flurries/snow showers are possible this evening-tonight. Local dustings are possible.
A few areas of minor blowing & drifting snow are possible with northwest winds 8-15 mph.
Lows will run 6-12.
With some sun, highs of 16-24 are likely tomorrow.
By evening & into the night, we should become cloudy with a subtle shortwave bringing some scatted snow showers.
0.5" or less of accumulation is expected. Winds will be light to calm.
Some clearing is possible late, which will lead to lows of -5 to 10 with the lack of wind & deep snow pack. Coldest areas will be those that see the greatest amount of clearing.
Saturday should be partly cloudy with south winds 10-20 mph & highs 26-32. Some minor blowing & drifting snow is possible.
It appears precipitation will not move in until Sunday morning. It could start out as snow & sleet to freezing rain, then go quickly to all rain.
Duration of any frozen precipitation appears to be 2-4 hours, then ALL RAIN.
After 20s Saturday night, 37-45 is expected Sunday-Monday. Rain ends Monday with totals of 0.40-0.60" expected.
More rainfall is possible later next week as thaw & melting continue.
Thoughts are that February 21-March 11 may see a total of 2" to as much as 3-4" of rainfall, which will lead to some flooding risk as the snow melts away.
Some t'storms are even possible with MARGINAL RISK parameters as far north as the viewing area.