****Winter Weather Advisory until 1 AM north of I-70.*****
A strong push of warm air is moving north through the southern half of the state. Highs for today will range from the mid 50s south to the upper 30s north. Areas of fog and icy spots will affect some locations through the afternoon. Tonight, a strong cold front will push into the area and bring in more arctic air for Sunday. This will cause rain showers and possibly an isolated storm this evening. As the front passes expect the rain to possibly mix with freezing rain and then change to all snow. Most areas will receive an inch or less of new snowfall.
This afternoon: Rain likely. Still icy patches on roads mainly north of I-70. Patchy fog, visibility less than one mile in spots. High 46
Tonight: Rain/freezing rain changing to snow showers. 1″ or less likely. There may even be an isolated thunderstorm. Low 25
Sunday: Falling temperatures. Flurries. Windy and much colder. Highs in the mid 20s and dropping.
Sunday Night: Partly cloudy & much colder. Low 0
Monday: Mostly sunny & cold. High 20 Low 5
Tuesday: Partly cloudy. High 35 Low 20
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High near 40 Low 27
Thursday: Chance of rain and snow showers. High 34 Low 26
Friday: Partly cloudy. High 40 Low 30