It was a winter treat to see snow fall and cover the ground Saturday. When not snowing, clouds were thick, and temperatures ran cold. It was a good day to stay inside. Clouds and cold air remain in place this morning, but the snow is lacking. A few flurries are falling or maybe a wintry mix, but not much else.
A third wave of snow showers will move in today but will primarily roll over the northern counties. Everyone has a chance to see snow fall today, but the best chances will be north of I-64. Included with the snow will be mist or drizzle showers as the temperature comes up above freezing and gets close to 40 degrees. Additional accumulations will run below an inch for everyone that sees snow today, but closer to trace amounts. Roads will mostly be untouched, unless caught under a moderate snow shower, which will be hard to come by today. Accumulations today will be mostly on grassy and other cold surfaces. Still, roads could be slippery. Snow showers will continue off and on overnight and into Monday morning and will eventually come to an end through Monday afternoon. Clouds remain overhead as another cold front moves close from the west. Rain and snow showers are expected on Tuesday as the next front passes. The middle of the week looks mostly quiet with sunshine mixing in and temperatures fluctuating. The next best chance for precipitation doesn’t arrive until next weekend.