Occurs when rain falls into a layer of air with temperatures below freezing.
Saturday: 20 percent chance of rain before noon, otherwise cloudy, high of 68 and south winds moving 5 miles per hour becoming east southeast in the afternoon; 20 percent chance of rain, mostly cloudy, low of 39 and north winds moving 5 to 10 miles per hour at night. There's a possibility that we could see up to an inch of snow across the I-70 corridor, but the freezing drizzle and icing conditions will cause the bigger issue on travel.
The snow will then continue to diminish as it progresses southeast towards Wichita early tomorrow morning, but up to a dusting will still be possible in the Metro. A light glaze of ice or light ice amounts are possible in this area by Sunday morning.
Our next cold front will move in from the northwest, pushing through the state Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
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Sunshine is back in the forecast for Monday but midweek looks fairly cloudy.
Once we get into the afternoon past 2-3 o'clock, that's when the leading edge of the widespread snow chance is expected to begin moving in to the northwestern areas.
Winter Weather Advisory for all counties in the viewing area. Cloudy, with a high near 33. Up to two inches could accumulate on Interstate 84 near Meacham in the Blue Mountains.
Friday is shaping up to be a dry day across most of New Jersey, with highs ranging from the mid 30s to the low 40s and clouds increasing as the day goes on. In parts of the northern Rockies, the average ratio is even higher, topping 15-to-1 in some cases. Low temperatures in the teens.