Cold front to bring sweater weather back to Central Florida

Cold front to bring sweater weather back to Central Florida

"We are going to have another cold spell where the afternoon highs won't reach much past 20 degrees", Bak said.

FRIDAY: Cloudy with rain.

Rain drenched Marion County beginning around 5 a.m. Friday before turning to sleet and freezing rain by 1 p.m., with snow expected that evening and overnight.

Areas near the Canadian border may see up to 10 inches of snow and sleet, the service said. Sunday should be partly sunny with a high near 28.

The cold front does not go far offshore on Sunday, perhaps lingering close enough for snow showers in eastern New England, otherwise cold and dry with sunny breaks, high temperatures in the teens and 20s. Skow said there is a "very slight" chance of light snow flurries in Lawrence on Friday, but that snowfall is more likely in areas west of Lawrence. With temps crashing to freezing or below untreated surfaces could quickly ice over. "Total rainfall will range from 1-3", but locally higher amounts up to 4" are possible. There's a flood watch in effect for southern counties through Saturday morning.

Morning snow comes to an end, another round moves in tonight
Another shot of seeing snow comes this week

Saturday's forecast is mostly cloudy in the morning then clearing, with a high of around 10.

Recent warmth may cause some of the snow partially melt near the ground and cling to trees and power lines, according to AccuWeather.com.

There was also a 7 day stretch from December 29, 1917 to January 4, 1918 where the high temperature remained BELOW 20 degrees in the Greater Hartford Area. This morning, it was 55 degrees in Dunkirk-Fredonia and the low tonight will get down to 13 - a 42-degree drop in less than 24 hours.

Saturday night, the low will be around 10 with increasing clouds, and a calm wind becoming south southeast 5 to 7 miles per hour after midnight, according to the weather service.

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