Michael Fish's NBC26 Storm Shield weather forecast
Today will start off mostly sunny but clouds will increase from the west as a low pressure approaches the area. Highs will be the mid-20s with winds slowly increasing as the day progresses. Tonight, the farther you live to the north, the better your shot at seeing some light accumulating snow. This starts late tonight and the majority of it falls overnight. If you live north of Highway 29, you'll probably end up with 1-2". There will be much less to the south. Lows will bottom out in the low-20s in the evening before rising a bit as the night wears on. Any snow shower ends on Wednesday morning with minimal additional accumulation. It'll be blustery, but highs will pop up to around 40. You'll notice more sunshine as the day progresses. The arctic air moves right back in on Wednesday night with lows back into the single digits. The colder air hangs around for the rest of the week with highs not making it out of the teens and lows around and below 0. There looks to be a better chance of some accumulating snow late Friday night going into Saturday. It's too early to put any totals on this, but it does NOT look to be that big of a system.