From Meteorologist Mark Dixon in the Channel 3 Early Warning Forecast Center…
Today, 01/17/19: Partly sunny and cold, cloud increase this evening . High: 29 inland, 32 shore.
Tonight: Snow develops near/after midnight. It will scattered and light. Low: 18-23.
Friday: Scattered areas of snow and rain in the morning, then partial clearing during the afternoon. Snowfall accumulation a coating to 2 inches. High: 38 inland, 40 shore.
Saturday: Increasing cloudiness, snow developing in the evening. Low: 20. High: 30 inland, 32 shore.
Sunday: A winter storm is likely. Snow could change to sleet, freezing rain, and rain. Precipitation may change back to all snow before ending Sunday evening. Significant accumulations of snow and ice are possible. Highs: 35 inland, 45 shore. Windy and turning much colder Sunday night with a flash freeze likely.
Monday (Martin Luther King Jr. Day): Partly sunny, windy and quite cold. Low: 5. High: 12 inland, 14 shore. Wind Chill: -15 to -25!
Tuesday: Partly sunny, breezy and cold. Low: 0. High: 26 inland, 28 shore.
Wednesday: A chance for a wintry mix. Low: 18. High: 37 inland, 40 shore.