It is a tricky forecast for Wednesday night to Thursday morning. Southern edge of the low clouds has been fluctuating back & forth in the area.
So, given the new potential that the low clouds may hang on in at least the north for part of Wednesday night-Thursday morning, the warmest lows should be there around 30 with 25-28 elsewhere. Coldest temperatures should be in the southern half of the area.
High & mid clouds should increase & thicken Thursday with highs 42-45.
Snow will arrive after midnight tomorrow night & last to Friday morning.
1" or less is likely on grassy & elevated surface is likely. A few isolated 1-2" amounts are possible. The pavement should be wet with perhaps a bit of slush on bridges & overpasses (temperatures 31-32).
A break should ensue after this with even a bit of sun as temperatures warm from the low 30s to upper 30s, so any snowfall accumulation will melt in a flash.
Scattered snow showers & snow squall will bubble up & pass Friday afternoon-evening with lots of cold air aloft arriving. Less than 1" may occur in grassy areas in the evening.
However, with clearing & lows 20-25 Friday night, a couple slick spots are possible.
Saturday looks mostly sunny & 33-38 with 15-20 Saturday night. Increasing clouds, breezy conditions from the south-southwest & highs of 42-46 are likely Sunday.
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