Warmer & Dry Thursday

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TONIGHT – 52° by 6 PM

Temps will continue to stay on the ‘warmer’ side tonight. Lows overnight will just fall to the mid 40°s.

Skies will become mostly cloudy as the rain inches closer to us.

It’s possible that you’ll hear a few light rain showers very early in the morning:

FRIDAY – Wake Up: 44°, High: 54°

Tomorrow looks like a pretty rainy & dreary day for us


A low pressure system will be passing to our north and is the culprit:

This low will bring a cold front through later in the day. But, before that, expect showers as you head out in the morning:

You could hear a few rumbles of thunder, as well. It won’t be anything to worry about.

Showers will linger through the rest of the afternoon…

…Finally clearing up by the evening:

Overnight lows will be about 10° cooler, as colder air behind the front works its way in.

SATURDAY – Wake Up: 34°, High: 40° 

As the rain moves off to our east late Friday night and early Saturday morning, we’ll have a very small window to see some flurries.

However, from yesterday, that window has pretty much closed shut:

Saturday, for the most part, looks cloudy and cooler. Winds will shift to the north, limiting highs to only about 40°.

Lows will get back into the 20°s for Sunday morning, and into the teens for MLK Day.

Looking Ahead: A Cold Holiday Weekend

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