The threat for showers or wet snow flakes will be included in the forecast for the next few days, although we won't see any major rain/snow out of any of the relatively weak systems coming through. Also, temperatures will become noticeably colder through the weekend and into next week.
Areas of fog and a few flurries will occur through the overnight making some untreated roadways, sidewalks, porches, etc. a bit slippery first thing Friday morning. Thereafter, a spotty shower or flurry may occur at any time on Friday. The sun may also pop out for a bit as well. It sounds like a wishy-washy forecast, but this will indeed be the case throughout the day. Highs eventually reach the area of 40°.
Saturday and Sunday offer up similar weather, however, we lose a couple degrees each day approaching Monday.
Sunday night, skies will clear out and the winds will begin to pick up. This will be the signal for some colder temperatures to arrive on MLK Day.
Despite the sunshine on tap for Monday, temperatures will remain in the 20s, along with a strong NW wind that will make it feel like it's in the single digits and teens.
Beyond that, a storm will come close on Tuesday. The models are saying it'll miss us, but 5-days out, we're not ready to discount it just yet!
Kevin Mannix is back Friday morning with an update, starting at 4:30am.