Evening Forecast Thursday, February 1, 2018

Cold air will move in for Groundhog Day

Tonight, an arctic cold front will finish moving through the area and it will bring us some snow showers and flurries along with plenty of clouds. It will become windy and cold with low temperatures falling into the teens. Groundhog Day will be cold for this time of the year as our high temperatures will be getting to the teens and right around the 20-degree mark. If you are headed outside you will want to make sure that you are bundled up as it will be a windy day and the wind will make it feel much colder. It will also be a close call on whether Phil sees his shadow as the clouds will be breaking for sunshine. Friday night will be cold and breezy with low temperatures falling to the single digits. We will be a little more seasonable for our Saturday with high temperatures rebounding back into the middle and upper 20s to the lower 30s. We will have a blend of clouds and sunshine with more clouds later in the day and some snow is possible late. Saturday night will be variably cloudy with a bit of snow around and low temperatures will be getting down to the lower and middle 20s. Sunday will have more clouds than sunshine and we will also have some snow showers and flurries. It will be a windy day, but high temperatures will get to the middle and the upper 30s. Sunday night the mercury will fall to the teens a good deal of clouds and some snow around. We can have a few flurries around early on Monday, otherwise we will have a mix of clouds and sunshine. It will turn out to be a chilly day as our high temperatures will be in the upper 20s to the lower 30s. Tuesday will feature a good deal of clouds with snow showers and our high temperatures will be getting to the 30s. The clouds will continue Wednesday and there will be snow showers around, but a mix is possible. Temperatures will be in the 30s. Sunshine will mix with a few clouds on Thursday with our high temperatures in the 30s.

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