Dry skies stay with us through Friday night.
What You Need To Know
- Mainly dry and chilly overnight, few lake-effect flurries possible
- Skies stay sunny for Friday
- Highs return to the 40s
Tonight will be another cool night with some areas falling into the upper teens.
Temperatures will start to warm up on Friday afternoon, though, with highs in the 40s.
We are watching two rounds of rain for the weekend with some really mild temperatures in the 50s and maybe some lower 60s.
The first round of rain will be late Friday night into early Saturday. This round will be light and scattered and will not be an all day issue on Saturday.
The second round late Saturday through Sunday looks more widespread. This round could produce some steadier rainfall so we will watch for some flooding potential.
A cold front late Sunday may produce some gusty winds.
Temperatures will fall on Monday with highs back into the 30s and 40s before they moderate again in the middle of the week.
We are gaining about two minutes of daylight right now and Daylight Saving Time is right around the corner!
We will change our clocks on Sunday, March 14.