Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Tonight – Rain & Colder; Few Flurries Late – Midnight Temp 37
This was the last relatively warm day until at least Monday.
Tonight, a cold front arrives. Expect some wind at 10-15 mph, with gusts up to 25 mph.
A thin band of rain will develop along the front, just enough rain to make everything wet.
Then the COLD air arrives.
sNOw is not likely tonight. Very light snow showers or flurries could develop after 3 AM, but we do not expect any accumulation.
HRRR model Tuesday 5 pm – 11 pm:
Wednesday – Cold & Possible Flurries – Morning Low 29 / Afternoon High 34
6a 32 . 9a 31 . 12p 33. 3p 34 . 6p 29 . 9p 26
Don’t plan on a snow day.
Wind chill values will be in the low to mid 20s all day.
We are really not expecting precip, but if it happens it will fall as sNOw flurries.
Our NWS puts all the potential accumulation well to our east. Not even the @PanicCatfish is upset about it.
Thursday – Still Cold, But Warmer; Partly Cloudy – Morning Low 20 / Afternoon High 43
6a 21 . 9a 28 . 12p 38 . 3p 42 . 6p 37 . 9p 33
We will be warmer Thursday, but that won’t last long — another cold front is expected overnight Thursday, which will bring back the colder temps.
Much like Tuesday’s cold front, a chance of light snow/flurries returns, but we don’t think it will amount to anything here.
We will let you know if anything changes.
Extended Official NWS Forecast:
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