We'll see another mixed bag of precipitation this evening and overnight, starting with snow. Accumulations upward of a few inches will be possible, then expect a changeover to sleet and freezing rain as we head into tonight. Ice accretions upward of 0.1-0.2" will be possible, which could lead to hazardous travel conditions as well as localized power outages. This will eventually change to all rain overnight, but a mix or change to light snow is possible tomorrow morning.
We'll be turning much colder as we head into the weekend. Highs on Saturday will be close to 40, but that will be during the morning hours. Temperatures will fall into the 20s and teens for the second half of the day, and eventually, they'll drop into the single digits by Sunday morning. Wind chill values Sunday and Monday morning could be as low as -5° to -15°.
This cold snap will be short-lived as highs rebound back into the mid to upper 30s for the second half of the upcoming work week. A few rain and/or snow showers may be possible late Thursday into Friday, but for now, chances are only about 20-30%.
Tonight: Snow to ice to rain.
Tomorrow: Rain to rain/snow mix or light snow. Cold and windy.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy and cold. AM wind chills -5° to -15°.