Flurries with highs in the 20s Saturday, winter storm possible Monday

News 12 Storm Team Meteorologist Meredith Garofalo says she is tracking the chance for a storm system late Monday into Tuesday.

News 12 Staff

Feb 24, 2023, 11:23 AM

Updated 450 days ago

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NOW: Breezy winds tonight with clear skies means a cold start to Saturday with feels-like temps in the teens/single digits north.
NEXT: Scattered snow showers on Saturday, keeping an eye on our next storm system Monday PM to Tuesday AM.
News 12 Storm Team Meteorologist Meredith Garofalo says she is tracking the chance for a storm system late Monday into Tuesday.
OVERNIGHT: A few clouds. Cold with wind chills in the teens, even single digits north. Lows near 19.
SATURDAY: On/off scattered snow showers. Little to no accumulation. Chilly, highs near 28, lows near 24.
SUNDAY: Sun and clouds. Highs near 46, lows near 28.
MONDAY: Increasing clouds. Rain/snow begins in the PM. Highs near 41, lows near 30.
LATE MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH ALL DAY TUESDAY: Again this will be a tricky system to forecast due to the nature of temperatures flirting with the freezing line. Right now could start off as some light snow and then turn to rain as temperatures warm into the 40s. Still something to watch but regardless could make a slippery commute Tuesday.


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