A strong cold front delivered accumulating snow, along with delayed school starts and some closures in the area on Wednesday, Dec. 11.
Following a sharp drop in temperatures, a brand-new storm system will sweep through the area to start the weekend. But temperatures will rise in advance of its arrival, keeping precipitation to rain.
Friday, Dec. 13 will be partly sunny and a bit warmer with a high temperature in the low 40s.
The storm will start to push through in the afternoon, with the chance of rain starting around 1 p.m.
Rain will become heavy in the evening and through the overnight with three-quarters of an inch of precipitation expected before daybreak. The overnight low will be around 40 degrees.
Saturday, Dec. 14 will be a Super Soaker, with rain, heavy at times, throughout the day and through the evening, finally tapering off around midnight. Saturday's high temperature will be around 50 degrees.
The storm system will push out on Sunday, Dec. 15, with skies becoming partly sunny with the high temperature in the mid 40s.
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