TUESDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies and frigid temperatures stay around, with a low of 8 degrees. It doesn't take much to produce some slippy travel on untreated roads.
"A very cold reinforcing shot of cold air will begin moving into the Four State Region late on Monday".
Saturday, though, will be the warmest day on Delmarva this weekend. Rainfall will be showery and not all that heavy until the evening. A record high is likely along the coast (current record in Portsmouth is 56).
The heaviest rain falls Friday night into Saturday morning across eastern and southeastern Mass. Ice accumulations of one tenth to around a quarter of an inch are possible, the service said.
In addition, another shot of cooler air is coming in from the North with winds going 10 to 20 miles per hour during the day on Saturday, he said.
Nights will dip into the 20s and low 30s, which means cold weather shelters will open across South Mississippi.
Saturday looks to be partly sunny in Maryland, with highs in the mid 40s. That will be followed by some snow Friday morning with a high around 26.
The weather forecaster estimates an 82 percent chance of snow, according to a forecast provided through The Associated Press.
If extreme cold weather freezes your water pipes, here's what you can do. That could result in wet surfaces, standing water turning into ice. Crews will wait until temperatures get low before spreading chemicals so they have less time to wash away. Southeast wind 5 to 10 miles per hour. The cold continues, with the low Saturday morning about 15.
Tonight: Clouds will arrive with with a light round of freezing rain showers and freezing drizzle.
SUNSHINE RETURNS: Sunny skies return Wednesday, and we keep the sunshine rolling until Sunday afternoon.
The weather pattern will likely shift into a ridge on the East Coast and trough in the West Coast (the opposite as it has been recently). It is in effect from 6 a.m. Friday through Saturday afternoon.