Last Updated 1 month ago by Devontae Jackson.
Overall mostly cloudy skies expected today. Our precipitation chance is at 0%, highs will be in the lower 30s with overnight lows in the lower 20s. Wind chill values this morning will be in the 20s and teens.
Just like yesterday, we will go from the 20s this morning to the lower 30s by this afternoon. Temperatures will drop into the 20s once again as we head into the overnight hours into Saturday morning. Partly cloudy skies this morning becoming cloudy by this afternoon.
Looking ahead, the first half of Saturday will be dry, rain will move into the area late Saturday night into Sunday. Don’t be surprised if a few snowflakes mix in but nothing too serious. However, some rain could be steady at times. Precipitation will move out of the area by Sunday afternoon. We could be a bit breezy this weekend as well. Some passing showers are possible on Monday. We are dry Tuesday and for the first half of Wednesday. Rain will move into the area for the second half of Wednesday. However, cold air from Canada will move into the area as we head into Wednesday night. Any leftover rain will likely change to snow, and roads could become slick. Precipitation should be out of the area by 7 AM Thursday. Some more snow flurries are possible Thursday evening. Also, next week in general looks like it could be breezy to windy. We could reach the 40s Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and possibly the 50s on Wednesday. Highs on Thursday could be in the 20s or 30s. Lows will hold steady in the 30s until Thursday where Thursday overnight into Friday could be frigid with temps in the single digits.