A weakening area of low pressure slowly making its way across the state means any leftover flurries or snow showers will end this evening.
A dusting of additional accumulation is possible around the Tri-Cities with the primary roads and interstates remaining in good shape.
Some secondary roads and on and off ramps will continue to have some slick spots, however.
Partial clearing will take place overnight as high pressure replaces this low.
With more sunshine tomorrow and light winds, highs will climb a little more than they did today and reach the lower 30s.
Even milder air will move in over the weekend, but temperatures will still remain slightly below average for this time of year.