So we had some flurries this morning over both counties. Your reports were great! Kept Will busy at the #tspotter desk, but he’s a pro. Ain’t no thang.
Tonight – Clear & upper 20s
HRRR keeps us dry and flurry free tonight. (Pink lines are freezing lines).
Per those squiggly pink lines, temps will drop below freezing again. By 9pm, most of us will be in the mid-30s.
Bundle up if you’re heading out tonight, but winds shouldn’t be a major issue.
Saturday – Plenty of sun! At sunrise: 28°, High 52°
High pressure scoots along south of us. Our winds will start out from the WNW and evolve into a milder SW flow as the high pressure moves east. Aka: Warmer temps on the way!
Sunday – Wake Up: 32°, High: 58°
Mostly sunny skies continue! Be sure to get out and enjoy Sunday. It will likely be your last chance for sun and dry weather for several days.
Look, it’ll be okay. We’ll get through this together.
Looking Ahead – Rain Chances Abound, Temps Continue to Rise
WPC thinks we’ll see around an inch of rain through 6pm Christmas Eve.
We’ll get more specific with timing as we get closer, so get out and enjoy this weekend!
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