As of 1 pm this afternoon the Winter Weather Advisory has been expired. Only a few leftover flurry or light snow showers are falling in primarily southeastern counties. Temperatures have been warm enough in most locations to melt of the snow that fell last night. Other areas are still seeing snow on the grass. Tonight and tomorrow morning provide a break from winter precipitation.
We are tracking a calm night with clearing skies. Some may see the sun before it sets tonight. As skies clear, temperatures will fall quickly into the low 20s. Clouds increase through the day tomorrow as a quick-hitting cold front brings in a chance for a wintry mix Thursday evening. This mix will turn to light and scattered snow showers early Friday as the front marches across the southeastern counties. Precipitation will come to an end Friday before the morning commute. A couple of tenths of accumulation is all that is expected with the incoming front Thursday into Friday morning.