Forecast Last Updated at Monday, March 10, 2014 at 6:06PM
Two Mild Days; Mid-Week Big Chill
Temperatures through Tuesday will be 10-15 degrees above average. Besides pleasant temperatures, the only issue of note is breezy conditions overnight into Tuesday morning. A White Legs Warning is in effect Tuesday. Clouds increase Tuesday afternoon ahead of a sharp front moving through Wednesday. Rain develops late Tuesday night, continuing Wednesday. Temperatures will fall very quickly Wednesday afternoon and night. Precipitation changes to snow showers late Wednesday or Wednesday evening. Snow showers end as flurries early Thursday morning. Thursday will be impressively cold.
Hi: 59 Lo: 34
Mostly clear; Mild temperatures, but breezy; NW wind 15-25 mph & gusty
Hi: 66 Lo: 44
Clouds increase late; Pleasant temperatures; Rain possible late Tues. night; NW wind 10-20 mph, gusty in the AM, 5-15 mph at night
Hi: 56 Lo: 16
Cloudy; Showers (maybe some thunder); Turning much colder in the PM; Precip changing to snow showers late day & at night; Wind: AM SW 5-15 mph, becoming NW 10-20 mph with gusts to 50 mph Wed. night
Hi: 29 Lo: 19
Early flurries; Then clearing; Very cold; Blustery
Hi: 48 Lo: 31
A few PM clouds; Less cold by afternoon
Saturday - Increasing clouds; Cool; High in the lower 50s; Low in the lower 30s
Sunday - Cloudy; Cool for mid-March; Spotty light rain possible; High in the lower 50s; Low in the lower 30s
After a cold winter, snow enthusiasts will just have to excuse most of us being happy about a break in the cold. Through Tuesday, seasonably mild temperatures rule with high pressure in control. The only issue of note through tomorrow is breezy winds overnight into Tuesday morning. Clouds increase late Tuesday letting you know somethings about the change.
The "change" will be big Wednesday. A strong front barrels through by mid afternoon. Rain develops late Tuesday night and continue Wednesday. Even some thunder is possible. Temperatures fall very quickly late Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night changing rain to snow showers. Precipitation changes to snow showers by sunset Wednesday on mountaintops and across the entire region Wednesday night. It will be very windy Wednesday night.
Thursday is impressively cold with early morning flurries and clearing afternoon skies.
Temperatures moderate to near seasonal norms by late Friday afternoon. Saturday has increasing clouds with a dry front moving through by evening. But that front stalls just to our south and east. Temperatures remain near or slightly above normal this weekend. Sunday will have lots of clouds and spotty light rain cannot be ruled out.
Winter does not want to give up this year. More "excitement" is possible by the middle of next week.
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