Tonight: Becoming mostly clear with patchy evening fog and icy spots from another re-freeze. Brisk and colder overnight. Lows: 12-18 (wind chills: 0-15 late). Winds: West 5-15 mph.
Wednesday: Sunshine mixing with afternoon cloudiness with a passing flurry. Blustery and cold. Highs: 28-32 (wind chills: 15-25). Winds: West 8-18 mph.
Wednesday Night: Chance of an evening flurry or snow shower then clearing, brisk and frigid. Lows: 5-15. Winds: W/NW 4-12 mph.
Thursday: Partly to mostly sunny and cold! Highs: 22-28.
Greetings! Our mini “storm” is done with just a leftover late afternoon flurry or two. Just a coating was observed here in the Springfield area and most spots in the valley only saw the expected coating to inch of snow. Watch for some areas of fog to form this evening along with patches of black ice below as all those wet roads re-freeze until they can get re-treated.
We will now get to enjoy a dry, quiet stretch of weather (and finally see the sun!) for the rest of the week, albeit a cold stretch too. I’ll have more here later this evening, including the prospects for a significant winter storm this weekend!