With most of the region at or below freezing, slick spots on the road are a big concern through the morning.
The bulk of the storm is over, but you could still feel the impact this morning.
A mixed bag of precipitation surges into the region and becomes heavy at times. In the immediate metro area and southeast, roads should remain just wet.
Today’s snowy clipper system is headed away, but icy concerns remain into tomorrow morning. Thursday offers a brief respite from an increasingly stormy pattern.
A quick-hitting system, similar to one that caused rush hour nightmares early this month, is set to impact the region on Wednesday. There are some key differences.
Expect lots of sunshine on Saturday before Sunday's stormy skies.
After this morning’s light snow event, the day ended up dreary and chilly. Many spots head for 40 or above tomorrow.
While we’re not anticipating a big snowfall, the poor timing and cold air ahead of this event make it worth watching closely.
Cold rain made itself at home following a little morning iciness. After more showers this evening, we trend clearer but stay cold tomorrow.
After a warmer than average December, it might be particularly hard to adjust.