WEATHER STORY: A small Alberta Clipper will scoot along the Canadian border at the same time a Colorado Low creeps its way to the northeast. Our region will be caught between the two tracks so our clouds will thicken Friday night. By Saturday night, we will get a chance for snow that may stick to the tune of a couple of inches.
FRIDAY NIGHT & SATURDAY MORNING: After a clear and cold start Friday morning, Friday night will finish milder and cloudier as the two lows get closer. Low temps will be 0-5 for most towns. The wind will be W 5-15 mph.
SATURDAY: The day will dawn cloudy but dry but the snow chance will arrive late in the afternoon. The odds for a precip pay off will be 60%. 1-3" of fresh snow may fall by early Sunday morning. Saturday's high temp will be 20 in the afternoon. The wind will be SW 5-10 mph.
SUNDAY: After a few morning flurries, a fresh cell of high air pressure will try to clear the sky. Sunday low will be 13 and the high will hit 20. The wind will be SW 5-10 mph.
COMING UP: The new high will not be of the arctic variety. So, it will be cool but not bitterly cold. Much of next week will be dry. Friday night on the CBS 3 evening news, meteorologist Dave Anderson will talk about the Saturday snow chance and the chance for a little more perhaps next Friday. Meteorologist Peter Kvietkauskas will likely be in the thick of the Saturday snow and he'll help you track the weekend system on the CBS 3 weekend news both Saturday and Sunday nights.