Early Friday morning there are a few flurries mixing in on the Plateau. Temps hold in the mid-30s. Friday during the day we dry out with highs in the mid-40s. The winds get quite gusty as our next system approaches bring rain showers quickly turning to snow showers by late afternoon and early.
Snow fills in overnight into Saturday early afternoon. It will last the longest on the Plateau where we could see the highest accumulation. West of I-24 we are only expect a coating at most, but east of I-24 we could see a coating to a half inch of snow. However, on the higher elevations of the Plateau we could see 1+ inches and that will lead to some slick roads Friday night into Saturday morning.
Saturday will be cloudy and cold with highs around 40. There could be more flurries late Saturday night into Sunday morning especially north and east.
Next week we gradually warm up and could see periods of rain Wednesday into Thursday.
It will be cloudy and cold for the remainder of the weekend.
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