Here's your Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Andy Gregorio
Not as cold tonight as we see a slight increase in clouds. On Saturday clouds thicken as a cold front approaches. This front may also cause a few widely scattered snows showers or flurries late in the afternoon or evening. Following the front's passage another shot of chill but NOT extreme cold for Sunday. For Monday and Tuesday, temperatures will be close to normal a long with another weak disturbance moving through on Monday with clouds and some snow showers.
The middle of next week still watching a possible storm threat but data is far from conclusive as to how significant or not it will be. As we get closer to Wednesday and Thursday we'll have a better handle on things and we'll keep you posted.
Don't forget... Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday at 2am. We "Spring Forward" by moving our clocks ahead one-hour before going to bed. Its also a good time to check the batteries in your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.
TONIGHT: Clear skies then increasing clouds. LOWS: 9°-19°
SATURDAY: P/M Cloudy chance late afternoon/evening flurries. HIGHS: 35°-42°.