Our first taste of wintry weather is still on the way for Friday and Saturday. A “Freeze Watch” has now been issued by the National Weather Service for most of the KTTC viewing area. Make sure to cover your outdoor plants Friday night into Saturday morning. Overnight lows could drop down into the upper 20s by early Saturday morning.
Showers continue until the early morning hours on Friday. Dry air will move in during most of the daytime hours limiting our chances during the day on Friday. Temperatures will drop into the middle 30s during the lunch hour and will stay in the 30s through the evening. I don’t think snow or a wintry mix will be an issue on Friday. That problem comes into the forecast for Saturday.
Lows Friday night are expected in the upper 20s and lower 30s with that “Freeze Watch” in effect. Temperatures will stay in the middle and upper 30s during most of the daytime hours Saturday. As this low-pressure system moves to the northeast some snow and wintry mix will move into our area by Saturday afternoon. Accumulations will be EXTREMELY minor. We MIGHT see a dusting if that on Saturday. Roads could still become slick with how cold temperatures will be.
Sunday we should remain dry with temperatures in the middle and upper 40s. Hopefully, we can see a little sunshine by late Sunday afternoon.
Have a great weekend!