Snow and cold will continue, then warmer for weekend

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Sunday night: A 50 percent chance of snow after midnight.

A fog advisory was issued about 3 a.m. Friday and was in effect until 9 a.m. Fog was thick in spots, slowing the morning commute.

Most of CT will receive at least 2 inches of rain. with locally higher amounts up to around 3 inches possible.

Boston is expected to receive up to 2 inches of rain by the storm's end. Expect colder temperatures over the weekend, with highs in the mid to upper 20s.

"There is another cold front that is supposed to come into the region probably Monday night into Tuesday", Platt said.

Greater Lowell saw a high near 60 degrees Friday, with rain, thunderstorms and areas of fog, according to the National Weather Service.

There is a prediction of snow accumulation, but the exact amount is of course unsure.

Rain will turn to a mix of freezing rain, sleet and eventually light snow this evening and continue until early morning Friday. The combination of the high temperatures and rainfall is going to erode a lot of snow cover in a short time.

"Power outages are the biggest thing we're anxious about right now because of the heat", said Marion County Emergency Management Agency Director Sarah McNamee.

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The Patriots are scheduled to play the Tennessee Titans Saturday night in Foxborugh, and fans who plan to tailgate will have quite the variance in weather to deal with. The arctic airmass, with temperatures in the 20s by the middle to late morning, will to lead to a flash freezing of precipitation that falls earlier in the day.

Gusting winds may also cause power outages. MEMA said this could cause black ice, especially on untreated roadways. Some partial clearing is possible during the afternoon as a gusty north or northwesterly makes it feel even colder as the temperature steadily drops.

You can see live weather updates via the National Weather Service and other Twitter sources below.

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for parts of inland CT starting early Saturday morning. Parts of Calloway, Marshall, Trigg, Lyon, Christian and Hopkins Counties in Kentucky are expected to get close to a quarter inch of ice.

Snowfall will stop in southern IL between 6 and 9 A.M, but will continue until noon for west Kentucky.

Here in the Lehigh Valley, wind chills are expected to drop to 0-5 F across most areas and to around 10 below zero in the southern Poconos.

SIOUX CITY | Cold temperatures are expected to remain in Siouxland through Sunday.

The NWS suggests residents keep an eye on area waterways and be alert for sudden rises.

One thing to remember is that the ground is already pretty cold to support freezing on surfaces.

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