As we head into tonight, we will continue to see rain even some late night fog. These showers are going to last through tomorrow morning, when we will see them change from rain to snow. Temperatures tonight are going to drop down into the low 30s and remain that low throughout the day tomorrow. We will see snow falling throughout day, moving out as we approach the evening hours. The total amount of snow expected tomorrow is from 1-3 inches. Our northern counties will be seeing more snow than our southern counties.
We will have a strong West wind moving into the area as well with gusts up to 40mph. The wind plus the snow is going to make visibility very low, so be careful when heading out on the already slick roads.
We stay cold for the remainder of next week, with our highs even dropping down into the 20s. Wednesday we will see some more wet weather move into the area in the form of light snow. As we head into Thanksgiving, things dry up only leaving a few clouds hanging around.
Meteorologist Kelsey Woodard