Temperatures are expected to reach 60 again today with a mild, breezy and dry day expected. Temperatures will fall rapidly tonight, with overnight rain likely changing to snow for most of the area by early Sunday morning.
The latest map by the National Weather Service has all of MoCo in the 1-2″ range, with ~55% chance at over an inch of snow. This won’t be a crippling storm, but more likely just some flakes to set the mood for the Super Bowl. Temperatures will hover around freezing throughout the day tomorrow and will drop below freezing tomorrow night.
Since the ground is pretty warm from a few consecutive spring-like days, it would take a bit for roads to start to get bad, but we recommend using caution as roads could cave during heavier snowfall.
We’ll have an additional update later this evening or tonight as we get closer to the possible event.