The First Alert Forecast from Katie Donovan
Skies will be mainly cloudy as we go through tonight. Though winds will be calm, cloud cover should limit any widespread fog from developing. Overnight lows will be in the low 30s! We’ll have a mainly cloudy day tomorrow with afternoon highs in the low 40s. The first part of the day will be dry, and then by the afternoon shower chances will start to move back in. Overnight Tuesday into Wednesday, we’ll see a transition to light snow, mainly in our northern counties. Heavy accumulations are not expected due to warm ground temperatures. At the most, we will see a dusting in the QC metro. The best chance of seeing an inch will be in places along Highway 20. Stay tuned for changes!
TONIGHT: AM Fog/PM Clouds. Low 32°. Winds: Calm.
TOMORROW: Mostly Cloudy. Evening rain showers. High 43° Winds: SE 10-15 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Light snow. High 38°.