A weak area of low pressure associated with an Alberta clipper will pass well north of the Capital Region on Friday, but its associated warm front will spread some light snow and flurries across the area by afternoon. High temperatures will only moderate slightly into the upper 20’s and any accumulation should be light, with less than an inch anticipated. The greatest chance for any accumulation will actually be north and west of the Capital Region.
On Saturday, expect things to dry out but it will be the calm before the storm. Sunny skies and a light southerly flow of air will help high temperatures warm into the mid 30’s. A storm system will be organizing in the Midwest and be poised to head into our region to end the weekend.