Invisible layers of ice are likely from re-freezing overnight. Drivers and pedestrians need to be careful driving and walking,
Sunday afternoon will be lovely for the Plymouth Ice Festival. Skies will be partly sunny with highs in the middle and upper 30s. It will remain chilly and cold enough for the ice sculptures to stay beautifully intact.
Sunday evening will become colder with mostly cloudy skies. Temps will be in the middle 30s.
Sunday night will be colder with cloudy skies and temps near freezing or lower. Re-freezing is a possibility again by the Monday morning commute.
Monday will have a few rain and snow showers with a trough of low pressure. It will be chilly again with highs near 35 degrees. Any snowfall will be neglibile.
The next chance for measurable snow will be Tuesday due to an Alberta Clipper. Anywhere from a trace to two inches or more of fresh snow are possible with colder air to follow. It will not be as frigid as last week, but highs will be in the 20s and lows will be in the teens Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
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