We’ll have to get used to the gloom of January with lots of clouds and precipitation over the extended outlook! We’re tracking three systems over the next seven days.
The first one brings wet weather tomorrow.
The next bigger system, will bring heavy rain Saturday, then a switch to snow Saturday night into early Sunday morning. The main impacts this weekend will be flooding potential Saturday, then slick roads will rapidly falling temperatures and light snow accumulations Sunday morning.
We get a short break with a very cold, but dry Martin Luther King Day Monday, before the third system brings a mix of rain/snow Tuesday into Wednesday.
Cold air will likely settle in after that for the rest of next week. So, get the umbrellas and heavy coats ready!
TONIGHT: Cloudy and mainly dry. Low: 35. Wind: SE Light.
THURSDAY: Scattered rain. High: 46. Wind: S 5-10 mph.
FRIDAY: Cloudy and cool. High: 44. Wind: Light.
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