…CHANCE OF LIGHT SNOW WEDNESDAY NIGHT
…COLD BLAST THURSDAY
One thing is for sure, the cold blast forecast for Thursday will NOT sneak up on us! We have been talking about it for days. Of course it will be another thing to feel it!
Tonight will be dry and colder. Skies will stay mostly cloudy as low temps drop into the 20s.
Unlike this morning, you will have a dry drive to work Wednesday morning. Highs will push into the upper 30s.
As much colder air arrives Wednesday night into Thursday morning, there is a chance for light snow. An inch or less is expected. Most areas will see half an inch or less. We will all experience a big temperature change!
Highs Thursday and Friday will stay in the 20s. Wind gusts over 20 mph will push wind chills into the lower teens Thursday afternoon. Expect wind chill temps in the single digits Friday morning.
Saturday will be dry and a touch warmer. Highs Saturday will be around 30 degrees. The chances for a rain/snow mix increase on Sunday. Highs will climb into the middle to upper 30s on Sunday.
Wednesday: Sunrise: 7:53 AM Sunset: 5:20 PM
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, low 27
Wednesday: Slightly cooler, High 36
Wednesday night: 20% chance of light snow. Low: 23
Thursday: Flurries early...Much colder…windy…High 25
Friday: Very cold, High 25
Saturday: Partly sunny. High: 30
Sunday: Rain/Snow likely. High: 37
Single digit wind chills Friday morning!
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