Warming Up Over the Next Few Days But Another Cool Down is Ahead
Saturday Evening Forecast
Weather Update – Saturday, January 22 – 5:45PM
We started off our morning a little cooler, with wind chills in the single digits. Over the course of the day, temperatures will rise but wind chills will still remain about 5 degree cooler than our actual temperatures due to some winds. However, sunshine was present over the course of the day making it feel just a little warmer Highs remained at 35, with lows at 10. Mostly clear skies should continue overnight, bringing more cooler temperatures overnight in the mid 20’s.
We could see a little patchy fog starting off our Sunday, but it shouldn’t last long. Wind chills however could be sticking around for a few hours, with a 5-10 degree difference possible at times. Highs on Sunday should remain in the 40’s with southerly wind flow still present. Sunny skies continue with a nearby high pressure fending off clouds. Sunday afternoon may be a little windy, with speeds in the teens, which could lower the feels like temperatures slightly. By Sunday evening, lows return to the upper 20’s with mostly clear conditions remaining.
Monday afternoon remains the warmest day of the week, with southerly wind flow continuing. Mostly clear skies come to an end by the afternoon and evening, as clouds return ahead of the cold front. Overnight lows remain in the mid to upper 30’s, giving us a break form the freezing temperatures. However, the passing cold front on Tuesday morning will bring scattered showers and more cold temperatures. Highs Tuesday will remain in the lower 30’s with scattered showers until around 3-5 PM. Afterwards, lows will drop into the upper teens once again after the front. By Wednesday, a few clouds begin to clear but temperatures remain freezing in the lower 30’s. Mostly clear skies overnight brings cooler temperatures back in the teens. Sunshine continues Thursday with highs in the lower 40’s and teens back into the upper 20’s by the afternoon with southerly wind flow returning.
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