Once again weather forecasters are promising measurable snow in Montgomery County.
The national Weather service is calling for a 90-percent chance of rain and snow overnight Thursday night, switching to all snow after 2 a.m.
Wednesday. Accumulations of 1 to 3 inches are expected as of Thursday afternoon.
If the snow does fall, it will likely stick around for a little while.
NWS is calling for a blustery Friday, with a predicted high temperature of 20 degrees. There is also a 30-percent chance of snow before 7 a.m. Friday, though little to no additional accumulations are expected.
Friday night should be clear with a high of 14 degrees.
The rest of the weekend will be slightly warmer, but still cold. NWS is calling for highs in the mid 30s Saturday. Sunday should be in the low 40s, with a 30-percent chance of rain and snow.