Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo
The next storm system will bring thickening cloudiness early Wednesday. The bulk of the precipitation from this system will stay to our south; however, there will be a touch of snow or a mix of snow and rain in our southern counties later Wednesday. Behind that system Thursday will be a fairly nice day with at least partial sunshine and temperatures pushing up to near, if not above 40. The next front will bring some snow showers Friday. Temperatures will still rise well into the 30s Friday. Behind the cold front, Saturday into Sunday will be windy and colder with snow showers. Temperatures will only rise to near 30 on Saturday and then fail higher than the middle 20s on Sunday. Clouds may break later Sunday but there's an even better chance for some sunshine on Monday followed by the chance for rain or a wintry mix by Tuesday of next week.