Say it isn’t snow!
The snow should arrive late Thursday night and continue into Friday.
And with the snow comes cold! December-level cold temperatures are expected at the same time.
This will not be a significant snow but it’s the first one of the season and always warrants more attention than future snows. Most areas will receive between a half inch and 2 inches, with the bulk of the accumulation on grassy surfaces. But less traveled roadways could become slippery in spots.
Plan on a sluggish morning commute on Friday before the snow showers taper to flurries Friday afternoon.
Snow followed by biting wind chills
Clearing skies Friday night coupled with a stinging west wind will produce frigid wind chills early Saturday morning. “Feels like” temperatures could drop to single digits in some areas. Dress accordingly.
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