12, 2018: Cloudy skies, wind chill readings -6 to 4 degrees expected

12, 2018: Cloudy skies, wind chill readings -6 to 4 degrees expected

12, 2018: Cloudy skies, wind chill readings -6 to 4 degrees expected

By Thursday night, 1 to 2 inches of rain is in the forecast for most of the North Bay, with about a half-inch to 1 inch of rain falling in the rest of the Bay Area, the weather service said. "People living in areas that are prone to ice jam flooding should take the time in advance to prepare for the potential for flooding this Thursday and Friday". South wind 9 to 11 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 21 miles per hour.

The storm is expected to gradually end on Friday.

A winter weather advisory was in effect in Marion County until 4 a.m. Saturday, warning residents and commuters of hazardous driving conditions from snow and ice. As a clipper type low move in, we'll have clouds, snow showers and cold temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday.

A relatively long duration rainfall is expected into Saturday morning, according to the National Weather Service.

There is a prediction of snow accumulation, but the exact amount is of course unsure. "Clear snow and ice to give that water a path to drain away from the house".

FRIDAY NIGHT: Cloudy with rain changing to a wintry mix. The temperature is expected to warm slowly, starting on Martin Luther King Jr.

In addition, Long Islanders are urged to remain off of all frozen bodies of water - such as lakes, ponds - as increased temperatures and excessive rainfall may cause ice surfaces to weaken and become risky. But there won't be enough ice to cause widespread power outages, he said.

"Sunday there will be not much change in the temperature with a high of 54 and a low of 36", Platt said. Chance of precipitation is 50 percent.

Winter Weather Advisory (Saturday): Hampden, Hampshire & Franklin Counties on Saturday 5AM-4PM. The arctic airmass, with temperatures in the 20s by the middle to late morning, will to lead to a flash freezing of precipitation that falls earlier in the day. One to two inches of sleet and snow accumulation is expected.

The first will be a chance for a few flurries in north Alabama on Sunday afternoon and evening.

The National Weather Service says roads may be slippery - especially in open areas and along ridgetops.

Saturday night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 14.