Tonight – 34° by 6 PM
Any snow flurry/light rain occurrences to our east will be gone by this evening, and we’ll be back to near-freezing temps:
A few clouds will be around overnight, but skies will be pretty clear.
That, along with an area of high pressure that is pulling some Canadian air down, will send our temps plummeting.
Lows will bottom-out around 20°.
WEDNESDAY – Wake Up: 19°, High: 41°
After a cold start, we’ll see another “warm up” into the low 40°s tomorrow afternoon.
The area of high pressure that will settle-in tomorrow will keep skies sunny.
A southerly wind will start to kick-in by tomorrow, which will keep overnight lows from getting back to frigid status.
THURSDAY – Wake Up: 32°, High: 53°
A south wind will really make itself at home by Thursday, sending highs almost 10° warmer than what we’ll see tomorrow afternoon:
A few more clouds will be around, as well.
Overall, looks like a nice break from the really cold air!
Looking Ahead: Rainy Friday
It continues to look like we’ll see a weather system develop off the Rockies Thursday that will send rain our way for Friday. The back-end of the system could send us some *very* light snow Saturday, but only 1 of the 3 big weather models thinks that will happen. More on this as we get closer.
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