Chilly Friday with chance of light snow, flurries

A cold front will slide through the area on Friday bringing clouds, chilly Canadian air, and also the chance for some light snow showers or flurries as winter makes a brief return.

Temperatures will be much colder than the 50s from the last couple of days as highs only manage the mid-to-upper- 30s to lower 40s which is still above average.

Light snow or flurries are possible during the afternoon hours as the colder air establishes itself combined with some instability. No accumulation is expected, although visibility could be reduced for a time under any of the snow showers.

The clouds will clear out later this evening setting up a cold night as temperatures drop into the teens by Saturday morning.