While we continue to deal with light snow and slushy roads, temperatures have been well above average with Friday being the 3rd in a row with highs above 30.
That trend will last through the weekend and into the middle of next week. Statistically, mid January is the coldest time of the year as that's when our average temperatures bottom out. In fact, Thursday became the first day with an average high up to 24 degrees after bottoming out at 23, and next Wednesday will be the first day that the average low temperature climbs a degree.
Now, this is only average and of course the weather patterns don't follow averages exactly which is certainly the case with the weather pattern we're in.
We've seen snow since Tuesday night and while it was heaviest on Wednesday, it has continued on and off with minor accumulations and will continue into through Saturday evening. Light snow chances will finally end Saturday night, and we could get another trace to an inch before it does.
Thankfully, Sunday's chances are limited to a few flurries and most spots should stay dry, though it will remain cloudy.
Temperatures stay above average with highs in the mid 30s through early next week followed by only slightly cooler temps through the end of the week, though they stay above average. No major systems are in the forecast, only a couple slight chances for snow.