(WGHP) — Winter has come in a big way in January.

After two other wintry weather events, the third time is probably not the charm, depending on where you needed to go on Saturday.

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from Friday evening until early Saturday morning.

FOX8 Meteorologist Charles Ewing says to expect rain to start late Friday evening and turn to snow overnight.

Warmer temperatures will keep the precipitation wet until Friday night when it will change over to snow before midnight.

One to two inches of snow are likely with isolated totals of two to three inches possible, according to Ewing.

Overnight lows will be in the lower 20s. Our winds will pick up as well overnight with wind chill values dropping into the lower teens.

A few Saturday morning clouds will give way to sunny, cold and windy conditions. Afternoon highs will be in the lower 30s with wind chill values in the teens.

Crews are preparing roads for the freezing conditions. While this doesn’t appear to be a significant weather event, road conditions will likely be slick throughout the weekend. Saturday might not be the day to go for a drive.

If you are out on the roads late tonight or tomorrow, expect slow going.

The snow isn’t likely to linger past Sunday as our week ahead warms up dramatically.

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