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StormTracker 12 Weather Forecast

Mainly Dry Weather To End The Week Before A Splash Of Winter Returns


High pressure builds into the region, bringing dry conditions to the area, after a few days of messy winter-like weather. Fortunately, the end of the week is looking mostly dry if not cool, with highs in the 40s, in the lowlands. However, as winds shift to a westerly position, mountain areas will be subject to a few more upslope snow showers into the end of the week. Temperatures will drop to the 20s this evening with dry conditions under partly cloudy skies. Sky conditions for the remainder of the evening will become gradually clear in the lowlands. The mountains will see a few more passing snow showers tonight.

It'll be a dry end to the work week with ideal amounts of sunshine in the lowlands and snow will finally come to an end in the mountains. Temperatures will remain at least ten degrees below average with readings in the 40s into the end of the weekend. The next weather system will work its way through the region for hte beginning of the weekend. A wintry mix is expected for Saturday which will mainly consist of rain with snow mixing in at times. Little to no accumulation is expected in the lowlands and light accumulation will be seen in the mountain areas. The systems track has been wobbling back and forth so areas along the northern boarder of the state could miss out on any wintry precipitation.

High pressure pushes in for the end of the weekend which will help clear up conditions and slowly help warm things up! Temperatures will be in the 40s Sunday under partly cloudy skies. Clear conditions linger into the beginning of the work week with mainly sunny skies and temperatures breaching the 50s. Tuesday will start out clear however, another round of rain will arrive for the second half of the day. Rain showers will linger into the middle of the week but on the bright side, temperatures will be inching closer to the 60s.

THURSDAY NIGHT:  Partly cloudy to mainly clear and generally dry. Isolated flurries possible in the
mountains with little to no additional accumulation. Low: 22. Wind: Northwest 5-10 mph. 

FRIDAY:  Variable cloudiness and quite chilly on a brisk northwest wind. Snow
flurries linger along the eastern mountains. High: 42. Low: 22.

SATURDAY: Cloudy with scattered rain and snow showers. High: 42. Low: 25.

SUNDAY: Partly cloudy and mostly dry. High: 46. Low: 27.

MONDAY: Mainly sunny, mild and dry! High: 52. Low: 31.

TUESDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy, warmer, with evening rain. High: 56. Low: 40.

WEDNESDAY: Cloudy with light to moderate rain showers. High: 61. Low: 45.

THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy with lingering rain showers. High: 61. Low: 40.

--StormTracker 12  Meteorologist, Veronica Dolan

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StormTracker 12 Weather Team