Rain heads our way for the end of the week
Potential wintry weather possible by Sunday
- Another cold night
- Midweek warmup (50s)
- Wet weather likely to end the work week
Skies will continue to clear overnight allowing temperatures to drop into the 20s across the entire region.
By Wednesday our next front will inch closer allowing for a SW flow and more clouds. Any rain should hold off until late Wednesday in the mountains. Highs will be a smidge warmer in the 40s and lower 50s.
THURSDAY - FRIDAY
This front looks to deliver a better chance of rain showers late Wednesday through Friday morning. Given temperatures, this will likely be a mostly rain event. Some mountain snow showers will be possible as the front exits, but nothing too impactful.
Most should see decent rain totals from this event with a likely range of 1″ to 2″ in our area. Highest totals are most likely in the mountains.
Much cooler air returns this weekend behind our late-week cold front. Temperatures Saturday and Sunday will only be in the low-mid 40s with increased sunshine Saturday.
By Sunday, a few models are suggesting the potential for another round of wintry weather as a low pressure system works our way from the south into much colder air. Models differ on the timing, track and strength. While some bring the system in Sunday, others keep the moisture to our Southeast. There’s still a lot of time to keep watching this one, so stay tuned.
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