Finally warming up!

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Temperatures rise into the 50s Sunday.


Here’s a look at possible rainfall amounts Sunday night through Monday morning.

Clouds continue to move across our area, and they stay through the brunt of the night. With the exception of some spotty areas of freezing rain to the far northwest, we stay dry overnight. It’s nowhere near as cold, with lows in the upper 20s to lower 30s. Sunday, we await the approach of our next storm system. It’s dry for day, with periods of sunshine breaking through, especially during the afternoon. Temperatures finally warm above seasonal averages, in the lower to middle 50s. Our next storm system brings rain showers overnight. The brunt of the wet weather tapers by daybreak.

With the exception of a couple morning showers, Monday is overall a drier day. It’s much milder too, with plenty of sunshine. High temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s! A few sprinkles are possible later in the day as another push of cooler air begins working in Monday night. Temperatures are slow to drop into the middle of the week. Highs Tuesday are in the upper 40s to lower 50s. It’s a breezy day with plenty of sunshine.
Models continue to hint at the possibility of a storm system Wednesday through Wednesday night. Accumulating snow is not out of the realm of possibilities, but it is still way too early to make any calls. We’ll monitor the situation through early next week for all holiday travel plans. For now, it is just something to closely monitor. Regardless of what occurs Wednesday, the unseasonable cold returns for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Some flurries are possible Thursday, with highs near 40 degrees. Temperatures fall into the lower to middle 30s Friday and Saturday.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
-Andrea Michaels
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