A developing storm system is on the way to the region for the weekend. This is going to bring everything from the possible flooding to accumulating snow.
A Winter Weather Advisory is out for much of the state from late Saturday through Sunday morning.
Here's a breakdown of the weekend:
Saturday features heavy rains of 1-2 with a local 3 amount possible. That could cause some high water issues to develop.
Temps on Saturday may reach 60 in the south and southeast, but stay in the 30s in the far north. This is a mega temperature gradient.
Cold air rapidly sweeps in Saturday evening and that will cause a flash freeze. All that water will ice up quickly as temps hit the 20s then the teens.
A change to snow is also likely Saturday evening into Sunday morning. Some accumulations are a good bet. As of now, a general 1"-3" of snow is possible, with locally higher amounts.
Travel conditions go downhill quickly from Saturday evening through Sunday morning as roads become icy from the temp drop and some snows.
Highs on Saturday are in the upper teens to low 20s. Lows by Monday morning may reach the single digits.
Winds are going to be very gusty all weekend. That will lead to wind chills that may reach zero or below at times.
Today's Record Temperatures