Wind chill values should be better than Wednesday, but we'll still be in the upper teens and 20s for a good portion of the day. Gusts should be limited to no more than 30 miles per hour in the metro area but that's still more than enough wind to keep wind chills in the 20s.
Thursday night... Partly to mostly cloudy with a low around 33. Some scattered snow showers late tomorrow afternoon and night could add up to a couple inches early Saturday.
The light snow and flurries have moved out of the valley with most spots picking up a coating of accumulation just enough to make things a bit slippery.
A weak system will clip the Northern California by Friday evening. Chances for rain, sleet or snow are expected to continue through the afternoon. When all is said and done, though, our two chances of snow - tonight and late Friday - may have trouble amounting to any meaningful accumulation. We'll try to warm up a little more before the next system arrives on Sunday. Most of the time the snow has been light with a few bursts of moderate snow. Saturday also looks to be the start of a temperature rebound. We are still battling the cold and highs once again return to the mid and upper 20s. High temperatures Sunday should get back into the upper 30s to near 40. This front is expected to be stronger and farther to the west than earlier expected, and will likely bring snow to the area.
WEEKEND OUTLOOK: The weekend brings a gradual shift in the pattern, making for milder temperatures. Behind that system it will be blustery on Tuesday with some snow showers and highs in the 30s.