Snow threat late Saturday night, a mix Sunday?
* Turning cold: Full Forecast *
Next Chance of Accumulating Snow: Saturday-Saturday night
Probability of Accumulating Snow (1" or more): 40%
Most Likely Potential Impact:
The snow threat for the weekend remains, but a couple important changes have occurred since yesterday. The first is that the onset of any snow will likely be delayed until late Saturday night or early Sunday morning. The second is that there are increasing indicators that the snow may changeover to sleet and/or rain before ending, as milder air slowly works its way into the region on Sunday.
However, odds are decent (at least 50/50) we'll see some snow, and it's possible there could be a decent thump of two or more inches before any changeover.
Here is our current assessment of accumulation chances:
No snow: 35%
Dusting to coating (mainly on grass): 25%
Most likely scenario: A inch or two
As always, keep checking back for updates
The Snow Lover's Crystal Ball appears when the potential exists for accumulating snow beyond 24 to 36 hours.
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