Continued cloudy, chilly with light snow showers

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A few sprinkles or flakes are possible this evening, otherwise, mainly cloudy and continued gusty! Temperatures will fall out of the 40s into the mid 30s heading towards 10pm.

Evening Forecast
We will still be under the influence of the upper level low keeping clouds around and rotating bands of scattered snow showers early in the day then just flurries by afternoon. Higher elevations may see snow showers linger much of the day.  Here is what you can expect.


Mostly cloudy with highs around 37. Hour by Hour

Winds again will be windy but should ease up a bit later in the day.

Wind Speed

Clouds break up some heading into Friday as the low weakens and loses its grip on the area. Lows will be colder in the upper 20s to near 30. Still a bit of a breezy but not as gusty but by Friday we should see more sunshine mixing in and out of the clouds and highs near 40.
Heading into the weekend, the trough lifts out as ridging takes place. This will allow for dry conditions both days and temperatures returning to the 40s. Monday we could even flirt with 50 with plenty of sunshine. Our next system comes in Tuesday with rain showers and will knock temperatures back to the middle 40s. We are dry again Wednesday with highs in the mid 40s.

Upper Flow Image
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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