- Areas of fog, drizzle develop late tonight
- Mild with fog, drizzle Wednesday
- Winter storm to bring wintry mix, snow to end week
TONIGHT: Areas of fog and drizzle will be likely. Temperatures will hover near freezing but slowly rise through the night. A few slick spots will be possible, mainly early.
WEDNESDAY: Areas of fog and drizzle will linger through the day. Otherwise it will be cloudy with highs soaring into the lower 50s.
THURSDAY: Expect patchy light rain or drizzle early with steadier showers arriving late in the afternoon. It will also become breezy and will be mild with highs approaching records, in the upper 50s
FRIDAY: Rain will start the day but will change to a mix of sleet and freezing rain, and then to all snow by evening. The snow may be heavy at times Friday night along with gusty winds. Temperatures will start the day in the lower 40s but fall through the afternoon.
SATURDAY: Snow will be likely, especially in the morning. Several inches of snow is expected along with gusty winds creating blowing and drifting of the snow. Temperatures will hold in the lower 20s with wind chills in the single digits.
SUNDAY: It will be partly sunny with a chance for a passing snow shower or flurries. Highs will only be in the middle to upper teens with wind chills near zero.