Have a blessed day.
First, the light snow for tomorrow. Yes, a weak system that is staying a little stronger than first thought will spread some light snow our way from between 5 am to 2 pm. Most of the snow will be early. It will look like winter, and it will stick to most surfaces. But all in all, not a big deal. Maybe 1” or 2” in the jackpot spots. Roads could be slippery early, but with temps rising above freezing, they should clear easily.
Second, the rain for Friday night into Saturday. It will rain, heavy at times. It will turn milder, with temperatures rising into the 40's. This is not, however, a lasting pattern for our region. We will not get into the warm air (50's and above), due to the storm staying to our south. And with the upper low moving slowly, a new trough digs in behind it bringing more chilly air on Monday through Wednesday.
Third, is there additional rain on Sunday? The upper level low could stay far enough south that the additional rains from it stay to our south. If it does, we will likely stay mostly cloudy and cool, however, I do not think it will be that far south. I expect it to bring us some light rain on Sunday. I could be wrong. I could be right. We shall see.
Fourth, do we have some light snow coming on Mon/Mon night with new trough coming from the north? That cannot be answered yet. It all depends on its interaction with the departing upper low from Friday/Saturday’s storm.
And looking ahead, another storm is possible by the end of the week, ushering in a more widespread chilly weather pattern across the nation. At least that is how I see it.
Until then, enjoy.