It's a rare leap day, but the weather will be very typical for the final day of February.
Brisk and cold conditions on Saturday, Feb. 29 will result in the wind-chill factor falling into the 25- to 30-degree range during the afternoon.
Couple that with an increase in clouds after a partly sunny start, and there will be a chance for snow showers in the early and mid-afternoon.
Most of the region will see little or no accumulation, but areas north of I-84, and especially west, could see a half-inch or less and slippery roads in some spots.
Then, March will come in like a lion.
At least overnight.
The low temperature after midnight on Sunday, March 1 will be in the mid-teens with wind-child values between 5 and 15 degrees.
The high temperature Sunday will climb to the mid 30s, but the wind-chill values will make it feel like it's in the upper teens to mid 20s during the day.
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