Northern Delaware could see a few inches of snow over the weekend

Northern Delaware could see a few inches of snow over the weekend

Brisk and noticeably colder with clearing skies.

Snow will be most likely north of I-70.

Looking ahead to Monday, there's a 30 percent chance of rain, mainly after 1 p.m.

However, Winter Storm Noah will be able to wrap some moisture into the cold air just imported into the central and eastern U.S.

With moisture still hanging around from Saturday's rainy system, it's likely many will see snow (at least mixed in with rain) by Sunday.

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SUNDAY: Snow ends early in the morning around daybreak. Then there will be a big hole the clouds for Saturday morning over Billings. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a high near 49. The storm is now forecast to track close to shore and keep those areas too warm to see rapidly accumulating snow.

One to two inches is expected in the Hardin, Lame Deer, Fort Smith and Forsyth areas, while less than an inch of snow is expected in the Billings, Roundup, Red Lodge and Miles City areas. The potential exists for downed trees and power lines across the region causing power outages.

As mentioned earlier, Noah will be a quick-moving system, which will limit snowfall totals. New York City, Long Island and Connecticut's coast are expected to see at least six inches of snow. Far northern and western Virginia will have the best chance of a few inches of snow and sleet. In fact, Sunday afternoon is looking awfully nice by mid-February standards. Don't expect that sun to warm temperatures up at all, highs will be in the -0s to the 0s. This will lead to some rain throughout the day, but particularly in the afternoon.

After that, a winter blowtorch is coming - bringing very impressive high temps in the 60s and 70s!

Sunday night the low could drop to 22 degrees.