Saturday’s temperatures get a nice bump upward with highs flirting with the freezing point. But the slightly milder air arrives along with the chance for snow. Clouds will increase with snow showers, most of which will hold off until the afternoon and early evening. A coating to 2 inches of snow is possible. Sunday is dry with sunshine mixing with afternoon clouds. Another batch of snow showers is possible Sunday night and again on Monday with little or no accumulation.
Overnight: Increasing clouds. The low temperature occurs around midnight with temperatures rising toward daybreak. Low: 9-15
Saturday: Increasing clouds, snow developing, mainly in the afternoon. A coating to 2″ possible. Not as cold. High temperatures in the lower to middle 30s.
Sunday: Morning sunshine mixing with clouds. Cooler. High temperatures in the upper teens inland, near 20 degrees for the shoreline. Snow showers likely at night.
Monday: A few light snow showers possible. A mix of sun and clouds. High temperatures around the 30 degree mark.
Tuesday: Another arctic blast. Cold, despite plenty of sunshine. High temperatures in the low teens inland, upper teens for the shoreline.
Wednesday: Another sunny but very cold day. High temperatures in the upper teens inland, lower 20s for the shoreline.