A great weekend is upon us. Here is Dave's forecast:
A weak warm front will allow for mild temperatures today. It will be mostly cloudy, but highs will reach the mid 30s to low 40s. Tonight, the front will dip back south as a cold front. A few snow showers are expected north tonight, and a few flurries on Sunday. Sunday will be colder but still pleasant, with highs in the 30s.
The early part of the week will be much more active. Clouds will increase on Monday, with light snow by afternoon. This will mix with sleet and freezing rain overnight, as warmer air moves in aloft. A light morning mix on Tuesday will become all rain during the day, before changing to snow showers during the evening. Flooding and ice jams are a possibility, though it's not expected to be as significant as the last event.
Wednesday will be a quieter day, though blustery with snow showers. Thursday and Friday will be fair and cold, though nothing extreme.