Rain changing to snow tonight could lead to messy Monday commute

Peta's Forecast - Weekend Rain and Snow Mix

Peta's Forecast - Weekend Rain and Snow Mix

Those pesky breezes NW 7-17 miles per hour will gust 20-25 miles per hour at times making our highs in the low and mid 30s feel like teens and 20s most of the day.

Layer up before you head out early Thursday - wind chills will dip into the 20s with scattered snow showers off and on.

While not as widespread as they were on Monday evening, scattered snow showers will continue overnight. Temperatures will be warm in the morning, then much cooler for the afternoon. Otherwise, it's a cold morning with lows in the 30s for most neighborhoods and get set for another chilly day.

The colder air will be filtering in all day so besides the rain Monday, winds will be breezy and temperatures will likely hold steady in the upper 40s to near 50 or even fall throughout the day. The second round of showers could contain some heavy rainfall at times which is much needed.

The sunny afternoons can't last forever, and the return of rain and snow is dead ahead. Winds will be breezy out of the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour. Expect more in the way of sunshine but rather cold sunshine Friday with highs mired in the upper 30s, although the cold will ease on Saturday as we inch up into the mid 40s for St. Patrick's Day afternoon. The morning starts cloudy, but the sky will clear from west to east and by the afternoon we'll see plenty of sun.

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