Careful on the roads this morning, Howard County is under a winter weather advisory until noon Monday, according to the National Weather Service (NWS), with sleet, freezing rain and even a little snow possible.
NWS cautions untreated roads, bridges and sidewalks will be particularly susceptible to icing -- especially during this morning's commute.
Hang in there, though – spring-like temperatures are in the forecast, too.
Monday, temperatures are set to reach about 50 degrees by midday, but before that, we could see a wintry mix. By 1 p.m., any precipitation we see will be rain, according to NWS.
Monday night, temperatures will drop to the high-30s, with a 30 percent chance of rain.
Tuesday’s high will be in the mid-50s with sunny skies, dropping to the high-40s at night with a slight chance of rain.
Rain is likely Wednesday, with a possible thunderstorm in the afternoon. Temperatures should reach about 60 degrees, dropping to the high-30s at night.
Skies should be partly sunny Thursday with temperatures in the low-40s, dropping to the mid-20s at night.
Friday will be partly sunny with temperatures in the mid-30s and a 30 percent chance of precipitation. At night, temperatures will drop to the high-teens.