Latest Official Hourly Observation:
Friday – Increasing Clouds, Evening Rain/Snow – Morning Low 24 / Afternoon High 48
6a 24 . 9a 33 . 12p 43 . 3p 46 . 6p 42 . 9p 40
After a cold morning, we’ll warm almost to 50 in the afternoon.
It should start to look rainy around 2 p.m.:
Rain should begin around 6 p.m., and although we’ll be above freezing at the surface, very cold temps aloft may cause snow to mix with rain. No accumulation expected. Surface temps will be too warm. Widespread travel problems are not expected. There’s no reason to panic.
Around midnight, we’ll change over to all rain.
Saturday – Rain, then Clearing – Morning Low 35 / Afternoon High 47
Rain will start to clear Saturday afternoon.
We should see just under 1″ of rain:
If any precip lingers into Saturday night, we may see a few snowflakes, but again, no accumulation. Surface temps will not dip below freezing at all Saturday or Sunday.
Sunday – Partly Sunny – Morning Low 29 / Afternoon High 38
Next Week – Mostly Dry; Morning Temps Near Freezing / Afternoon Highs Near 50
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