High clouds have been streaming in and it looks like they will not go away.
t’s not a huge inconvenience to the temperatures, but the sun makes it feel a lot better on days like this. So, overcast skies with patches of blue sky and breezy this afternoon. Highs will stop in the mid 40s as winds increase ESE 7-17 mph with stronger gusts.
Another storm will push through Thursday and Friday with a couple of rounds of rain. The first one on Thursday will bring light rain showers or a wintry mix early in the morning. Then, a second round after lunch as temps reach the upper 40s in some neighborhoods. Scattered, light rain will be around most of the rest of Thursday and another round is setting up with a cold front Friday.
We will start mild with temps again in the mid to upper 40s Friday. Tomorrow’s rain will be mostly snow west along the cold front, but warming here means mostly liquid precipitation during the day. It may end as a wintry mix late Friday and snow for Saturday.
You can expect some light snow for parts of the weekend along with cold temps and windy weather setting us up for some single digit wind chills. We will only see the 20s and 30s Saturday and Sunday but feeling much more like the dead of winter.
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