TONIGHT: Tonight we fall off to around 22 with some precipitation around early this evening, ending around 8:00. That precipitation could take the form of either rain, snow or a mix.
TUESDAY: The latest guidance keeps the next storm far enough north to not present an issue. So, we’re going to pull the chances we had from the forecast. We will have highs around 35 with a low around 22 Tuesday night. I hesitate to go higher than that, again due to snow cover. That becomes less of a problem on Wednesday and going forward.
WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY: I’m going to slowly raise temperatures, starting with highs in the middle 30’s on Wednesday (I simply can’t go with the 36 the GFS guidance has spit out…too warm by about 4 degrees). By Friday lows will be in the middle 20’s and highs finally reach the lower 40’s. As for sky conditions, Wednesday and most of Thursday we are okay. Thursday night, models have another system moving in and it should be rain maybe mixing with snow. That gets out of here Friday and we’ll be clearing out by the end of the day.
SATURDAY: Expect dry, partly cloudy conditions, and I do think highs crack 45 after beginning around 27.
SUNDAY/MONDAY: This is when the next system rolls in, and it currently looks somewhat rainy. I have a high around 50 with lows around 35. Yes, I’m upping the highs.
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