Snow made for some slick roads on Thursday evening, but things will improve for Friday.
Snow will come to an end shortly after midnight, leaving quieter conditions behind into Friday morning. Mostly cloudy skies will persist for most of the region, but some clear breaks here and there will be possible too.
Temperatures will hover in the low to mid 30s throughout the night. A south-southwest wind at 10-20 mph will push wind chills into the upper teens and 20s.
For the end of the work week, how about we just have a dry, fairly comfortable day? Mostly cloudy skies will linger behind tonight's clipper system, but we don't stand to pick up any snow outside of a stray flurry in the morning.
High temperatures will get a well-earned bump up to about 40 degrees, rewarding us for the mid-week cold snap.
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