YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – An update on the latest weather conditions this Friday morning.
SLICK ROADS: Anywhere from a dusting to an inch of fresh snowfall overnight. While salt trucks are out, be alert for icy patches on side streets, country roads, bridges and elevated roads.
WARMER: While it’s far from a heat wave, it’s about 10 degrees warmer outside this morning. We’re in the lower teens and we have a wind chill in the lower single digits.
THIS AFTERNOON: Light snow should taper off into the late morning. By this afternoon we should see mainly clouds and sunshine with temperatures in the upper teens.
WEEKEND: Snowfall will accumulate this weekend. Friday night the first of two weakening systems will twirl through the Great Lakes.
Friday night — snow develops with up to 2 inches on the ground by Saturday.
Saturday, into Saturday evening — we could pick up another 1 to 2 inches.
Sunday — we’ll see another punch of arctic air, with temperatures back into the teens and lows in the single digits.