Update: A cold rest of our Super Bowl Sunday evening – temperatures should feel like they’re below freezing after yesterday’s highs climbed towards 70 degrees! Expect a few light rain & snow showers to pass through the region. They should take us through sunset and into the early evening. Don’t expect much in the way of any accumulation from water brief snow we see. Roads will be fine. Cloudy conditions reign tonight with a few snowflakes lingering. A couple flurries even possible for the first half of Valentine’s Day! That’s when clouds will be stubborn, before giving way to afternoon sun. Temperatures will drop into the upper 20s tonight, feeling like the low 20s tomorrow morning, then only holding in the 30s throughout the day. Grab your Valentine and snuggle them tight to stay warm!

Meteorologist Steve Fundaro


A chilly Sunday is expected across the area! I wish we could throw a penalty flag to Mother Nature and give her a 15-degree penalty on this big game Sunday to help warm it up.

Sunday’s temperatures will not climb too much – it will be in the low 40s to upper 30s much of the day. A stiff north to northeast wind of 10-20 mph, with some higher gusts to 30 is expected as well. That will make it feel a little cooler.

So, the big talk of course is the snow – but I wouldn’t get too excited. This will be more of an “oh look it’s snowing” event than a big impact event.

Our chance of snow showers comes late Sunday afternoon and evening -as the front approaches our area. A wintry mix will occur initially, with some snow showers towards the evening. Check out the FutureTrack below for the latest timing and don’t forget you can track the snow by using our WAVY Weather App.

Overall, any snowfall amounts are expected to be minimal with a light accumulation possible on the grass and elevated surfaces.

A few snow flurries/snow showers will linger into Sunday night and Monday. We’ll see a chilly Monday with highs only in the 30s. The wind will still be up on Monday, so that will make it feel colder once again.

Later in the week, looks like we’ll warm up again with temperatures heading back into the 50s and 60s. A front comes through late Thursday, helping to cool us down and bring us some showers.

Have a great Sunday!

Meteorologist Ricky Matthews

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