Two days after 80° weather, it’s likely we will see some snow today. Temperatures are in the upper 20/lower 30s at 7am across the county and are expected to reach the mid to upper 30s later today. Snow/wintry precipitation is expected to move into the area later this morning and lasting into the afternoon hours. Not much is expected, but it could be enough to coat the grass and cars.
We don’t expect any major traffic issues due to this potential Saturday snowfall, but it’s always a good idea to use a little extra caution while driving if the snow rates pick up for a short amount of time. Temperatures are expected to push 60° again on Sunday, which has been a common theme for this February. Below you’ll see Fox 5’s “Futurecast” run of today’s very minor snow event. Our featured photo comes from this run.
A promised, new late night run of Futurecast for tomorrow's very minor snow event. For those that see snow, this model shows less than 1" for everyone and my expectations are a lot of "white rain" melting on contact tomorrow. If you get good snow pics, please share them though! pic.twitter.com/f1Q0IjD0qW
— Mike Thomas (@MikeTFox5) February 25, 2023