STORM WATCH

Heat and high humidity today will be accompanied by possible strong to severe thunderstorms

Snow showers overnight may leaving dusting and slick spots in some areas

Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Steve Teeling says clouds will roll in overnight and snow showers or very light snow may fall. A dusting or a coating is possible with a chance of some slick spots, especially in the southern counties.

News 12 Staff

Jan 31, 2023, 9:50 AM

Updated 508 days ago

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NOW AND NEW: Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Steve Teeling says clouds will roll in overnight and snow showers or very light snow may fall. A dusting or a coating is possible with a chance of some slick spots, especially in the southern counties. Wednesday will be partly sunny and cold with highs in the 30s.
NEXT: Thursday will be mostly sunny and seasonable. An arctic front blasts through the region Friday morning with an early high of 28 degrees, but temperatures will be dropping all day long. Windy conditions will make for dangerously frigid wind chills. It will be bitterly cold Friday night and Saturday but will warm back up into the low-40s on Sunday.
TONIGHT: Cloudy with some scattered snow showers from 2-5 a.m. A dusting or coating possible with a few slick spots in our southern counties. Low of 24.
WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny and cold. High of 36.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny. High of 38.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny, windy and sharply colder. High of 28 with temps dropping through the day. Low of zero on the shore, -5 inland! Wind chills of -20 degrees.
SATURDAY: Sunny, windy and frigid. High of 17.
SUNDAY: Becoming cloudy and milder, a late-day rain shower possible. High of 42.


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