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Sunday – Rain and Winter? – Temps Falling Through the 40s, Into the 30s
Water vapor imagery illustrates today’s wet — and possibly wintry — weather.
As you can see above, most of the heavy rain (bright white) has moved east, but more off-and-on rain and drizzly stuff will continue tonight and overnight.
While the rain/drizzle continues, temps are dropping. After midnight, we’ll be very close — or at — freezing.
This prompted the following Special Weather Statement from our NWS:
Models keep almost all precip in the warm/above freezing temps, but we are not totally in the clear.
The Hi-Res NAM has almost all the rain on the “warm” side of the freezing line; by 3 AM, freezing temps arrive, but only very little precip remains:
The GFS thinks we’ll see a little freezing rain overnight:
The RAP predicts we won’t even make it to freezing, with no precip on the “cold” side of the line. Here it is at 7 AM:
Any ice accumulation will be very, very light, but it only take a little ice to cause travel problems.
Monday – Mostly Cloudy – Morning Low 32 / Afternoon High 51
Any ice that develops will melt quickly. Clouds will dominate, and despite a chilly north wind, we’ll begin the process of warming up.
Tuesday – Partly Sunny & Warmer – Morning Low 37 / Afternoon High 62
Official Extended NWS Forecast:
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