However, we will still have some areas with heavy snow totals.
Our Friday will be dry and with early sunshine, as our first winter storm is not expected to arrive until early Saturday morning.
Snowfall rates may slow down during the day Saturday but the snow will continue into Sunday morning. With highs in the mid 30s, wind chills will be in the 20s thanks to a north wind that could gust as high as 20 miles per hour. "Considering the moisture content available, temperatures and track, up to 4" will be possible in spots, if not more in some isolated spots.
The National Weather Service will hold a conference call with media and emergency services providers at 10am today to share the latest information.
Farther south, the weather service has issued a winter storm watch for parts of central and southern IL, with as many as 7 inches of snow forecast.
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Highs do warm back in the 40s next week however based on the amount of snow that accumulates temperatures may have to be adjusted (either way). The Palmer Divide and neighborhoods on the west side of town could see around 3 to 6 inches of snow.
Wintry weather and its impacts are possible late Saturday through Monday with the heaviest precipitation expected to fall early Sunday morning through about mid-day.
Gusty northwest winds up to 35 miles per hour will cause blowing snow.
Portions of central Virginia, the Virginia Piedmont and extreme southern Maryland.