Chief Meteorologist Eric Wilhelm's Forecast
Another seasonable day is on tap for Thursday with high temperatures not far from 50 degrees. We expect a mix of sunshine and clouds. Meanwhile, an arctic cold front will continue plowing south and east Thursday. While there may be a couple of rain showers early Thursday evening, the air will quickly turn cold enough for spotty flurries during the rest of the night.
Friday will be the coldest day this early in the season since 1991!
Forecast high Friday is 29, which would be the coldest high this early in the season since 1991. pic.twitter.com/8GilfSYz6H— Eric Wilhelm (@EricWFMJ) November 8, 2017
Snow showers and flurries are likely and some localized small accumulations will be possible. The highest impacts are likely be across Mercer and Trumbull counties. Wind chills are expected to be no higher than the lower 20s.
These numbers are probably a couple too high Saturday morning. Brrrrr. pic.twitter.com/V6L4FDv9K1— Eric Wilhelm (@EricWFMJ) November 8, 2017
After a cold and dry Saturday, rain will become likely toward evening on Sunday.