Widespread black ice a concern into Friday morning

A very cold Friday on tap

OVERNIGHT: Clear to partly cloudy and cold; black ice and blowing snow. Low 12

FRIDAY: Some sun followed by thickening clouds. Chance for a bit of snow or flurries (coating - 1 inch possible). High: 29  Low: 23

The storm that moved through our area bringing a general 4 - 8 inches of snow to many parts of our viewing area quickly departed Thursday by midday. However, temperatures continued to drop throughout the day Thursday.

Temperatures will continue to drop into the lower teens overnight/early Friday.

The cold air and blowing snow will continue to lead to wide-spread black ice. Slippery conditions are expected to continue into the first part of Friday.

A clipper system will pass by to our north Friday night into Saturday morning.

The system may be close enough to brush by with snow showers or perhaps a period of light snow that could lead to a coating of 1 inch in some areas.

Saturday temperatures will warm a bit getting out temperatures above the freezing mark for the first time since Wednesday night/Thursday morning.

Sunday we expect some rain, drizzle and fog. We will have to watch Sunday night as colder air wraps into the area that may allow any lingering rain to end as a bit of snow. Please stay tuned for updates. Have a great Friday.

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Current 51°F 31°F
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Record 69°F November 24, 1931 16°F November 24, 2000