THURSDAY NIGHT: Evening showers will gradually come to and end as cold, dry air blows in from the northwest. Temperatures by sunrise will be in the low 30s. Wind chill values should be in the 20s and 10s.
FRIDAY: We’re looking at a variably cloudy and blustery day with highs only in the low to mid 40s. Winds continue from the NW between 10 and 15 mph.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Lows should be a little bit below freezing. There is the chance of a few light sleet pellets as a weak disturbance moves across the region. Dry air close to the surface should preclude any major impacts but we’ll continue to watch it.
SATURDAY: Partly cloudy skies return. Daytime highs are going to moderate back into the upper 40s. Lows Saturday will feature milder upper 30s.
SUNDAY: Temperatures warm back into the 50s but the trade off will be more cloud cover and the opportunity for showers. Rain chances look to favor the northern 1/3 of our area at this time.
NEXT WEEK: Rain and storm chances are reasonably high Monday and Tuesday. Early model projections suggest the possibility of 1-3″ of rain. Highs are expected to climb back into the 60s.
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