Roads will remain slippery; black ice may be a problem for areas around the state. Not only may driving be an issue, but also walking could be difficult. With such a fast warm-up, the ground is still frozen. Icy roads are more likely but will quickly melt with temperatures heading into the upper 40’s and lower 50’s. A small disturbance has moved through, producing a mixture of light rain/snow. A few showers will hang around for the morning hours before skies start to clear. Eastern portions of the state will possibly see a few scattered showers throughout the day. Temperatures will remain dry for the remainder of the day, with temperatures highs reaching the upper 40’s in the Capitol. The temperatures are not the only thing picking up, the winds will increase for today, and until Friday. Thursday will be mostly sunny with temperatures reaching the 40’s and 50’s. Friday temperatures are expected to reach the lower to mid-50’s. Friday will be a tad breezy; winds are expected to be sustained at 15-30mph in some areas. Friday night, a weak storm will develop with a mixture of snow/rain. The weak storm will roll over into Saturday morning, bringing a few spotty showers along with it. Sunday, we may see a mixture of rain/snow, but the next snow maker appears to be on Tuesday.
Enjoy your day
Asia Raye 😊