Update | The track continues to stay just far enough to our east for our Coastal Low Pressure system of interest. We'll continue to keep the chance for rain tonight and early wintry mix Saturday on the board, but impacts from the system should remain low even for our eastern most counties.
As the system continues northeast, cold air and blustery winds will sink southwest out of Canada SO BUNDLE UP for the weekend. Northwest flow over the Great Lakes will keep clouds over the state, and also may cause flurries to develop. Again minor accumulations possible from the Lake Enhanced snow showers, but nothing that should cause too many travel issues.
Early next week temperatures will hold to the mid and upper 30's with more sunshine possible Tuesday over Monday.
Enjoy your weekend!
-Chief Meteorologist Ally Debicki
FOX 56 WEATHER AUTHORITY FORECAST:
Tonight: Mostly Cloudy, Scattered Rain - Low 36
Saturday: AM Rain/Snow, PM Windy and Flurries - High 40
Saturday Night: Scattered Flurries, Cold - Low 30
Sunday: Blustery & Chilly with Flurries - High 35
Monday: Party Sunny - High 36
Today's Record Temperatures