Just a quick update on the overnight snow potential, we mentioned in our morning forecast that a trough may pivot into our region and bring some snow later tonight. A look at the current radar show the batch of snow associated with the inverted trough, in the following two images you can see that the HRRR model is showing brief burst of snow over our region. If this batch of precip can hold together we will see another round of light snow with some imbedded heavier squalls impact our region between 11pm and 4am with the model dissipating the precip around 4am. With temps dropping below freezing we may see more slick travel develop where more persistent snow showers and squalls develop. Some of these slick areas may linger into the morning commute, accumulations from this small round of snow look light, with anywhere from a coating to an inch or two possible. We will keep and eye on the radar to see if this batch can keep its act together of the next few hours. Everyone have a great night, and don’t forget to keep calm and weather on!