A moist northwest wind flow will keep some scattered
rain and snow showers in the forecast for this evening into Thursday.
Minor accumulations are possible in the mountains, another two inches
with four on the ridge tops. Lows tonight will dip into the lower 30s,
watch for slick spots early Thursday. The rest of the day will feature
again a few showers, rain and snow, with highs in the lower 40s under a
mostly cloudy sky. Friday, we finally dry out for the majority of us,
just a very slim chance of a rain shower. Highs will be warmer, in the
middle to upper 40s. Partly sunny on Saturday, dry and warmer, upper
40s. There is a slight chance of a rain shower on Sunday as a weather
disturbance moves southeast towards West Virginia. Monday at this time
looks dry and a little cooler. Stay safe out there.