Light snow showers can leave small local accumulations generally under an inch tonight and Friday as we remain blustery and cold. Saturday should turn out cold and dry with some sunshine. After that, the forecast depends on the future development, track, and strength of the next area of low pressure; for now it appears that snow moves in late Saturday night and continues into Sunday, with some light accumulations possible mainly north of Interstate 70. Precipitation is then expected to become heavier Sunday night, with the potential for additional snow and/or ice accumulations before temperatures warm up enough to change the precipitation to mainly rain.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, blustery, light snow showers, low 20.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, blustery, light snow showers, any local accumulations overnight into Friday generally an inch or less, high 29.
Saturday: Clouds and sun, low 20, high 30.
Sunday: Cloudy, breezy, light snow developing, small accumulation possible, low 22, high 33.
Sunday night: Cloudy, breezy, snow mixing with ice and rain, possible snow and/or ice accumulations, temperatures in the 30s.
Monday: Cloudy, breezy, morning rain with some snow or ice ending as snow showers, high 40, late midnight low 32.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, morning low 28, high 35, late midnight low 24.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, blustery, snow showers, morning low 20, high 30, late midnight low 18.
Thursday: Clouds and sun, low 10, high 25.
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