(WGHP) — More snow? Really?
Current models and predictions say we may be in for another inch or two of snow Friday night into early Saturday morning, according to FOX8 Chief Meteorologist Van Denton.
There’s still snow piled up from the snow and ice bonanza of two weeks ago then we got a healthy dusting last Friday. And true to Van Denton’s initial 15-day outlook, it seems like we may be in for it again!
Denton says high clouds will return on Thursday night with lows around 28. It will be cloudy Friday with showers starting mainly after 6 p.m. High temperatures for the day will be around 46.
We will turn sharply colder by late evening, and the rain should mix then change to snow. The snow will likely be light through the night until around 4 a.m. Lows are around 24.
Emily Byrd says it’s also looking incredibly windy, with gusts anywhere from 15 to 25 miles per hour.
She expects we’ll get an inch to two inches of snow, and it’ll hang around Saturday as temperatures struggle to get above freezing. Sunday, however, with temperatures in the 40s, should help dry things out for Monday.
Cold nights could refreeze, but with the early week forecast in the 40s and 50s, don’t expect this new helping of snow to linger, and it likely won’t cause too much in the way of power outages.