It’s been dry, but that’s going to change! Welcome to your evening forecast for Thursday, December 6, 2012!
TONIGHT-FRIDAY NIGHT: Rain will be really widespread as we go into the next 36 hours. Highs will be in the lower 50’s and lows will be between 45 and 50.
SATURDAY-SATURDAY NIGHT: Rain will continue in a widespread fashion for a good part of Saturday. There are indications that there may be a break, but I’m not willing to take rain out of the forecast Saturday afternoon or night. Highs will be around 57 with lows near 50.
SUNDAY: Sunday will be quite soggy. IF we get that break Saturday afternoon, it will not last through the Bengals game. Take the rainwear to the stadium. Highs should be around 60.
SUNDAY NIGHT/MONDAY: We will see rain and thunderstorms Sunday night. Monday, we will go BACKWARDS in temperatures…starting out near 52 in the early morning but falling through the day. We talked about the Monday wave the last couple days. We still need to watch it, but as it stands, severe weather is unlikely. What is likely is with that temperature drop through the day, we may see the rain end as a few flakes of snow Monday night as temperatures crash into the 20’s.
TUESDAY-NEXT THURSDAY: The middle part of next week looks chilly with highs 40-45 and lows in the middle to upper 20’s. And the roller coaster, at least for now, continues…
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NEXT UPDATE: The next update will be tomorrow morning, hopefully before 6:00. Until then, take care and stay dry!