News 40 Weather Forecast

Good Monday Evening and Happy Martin Luther King Jr. day! It was quite a messy holiday weekend for some folks across the area. Rain sleet and snow created slick travel issues, especially for eastern parts of the state where areas picked up more than 6 inches of snow. For us, we were on the cusp of the system and really dodged the worst of it. You may have noticed a decent coating on the roads this morning, that’s courtesy of a light clipper system that moved through the area.

Tonight’s skies will be partly cloudy with seasonably chilly temperatures.Tonight

As temperatures trend warmer mid-week, rain chances will increase along with highs in the upper 40s Tuesday and Wednesday. We’ll see another Arctic blast Thursday and if we have enough moisture on the backside of the system, we could eek out a little snow. Another Chance For Snow

After the front moves through, morning lows drop to the teens and afternoon highs only rise to the 30s.7 Day



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