Midday Forecast Wednesday March 7, 2018


We had a disturbance move through this morning that brought us some snow showers and flurries, but this is associated with a system to the northwest not the Nor’easter to the east. The snowfall from the Nor’easter will stay off to our east. For our area the rest of the day will feature scattered showers and flurries, that at times could mix with rain at times as our high temperatures will be getting to the upper 30s and the lower 40s. As we head into the overnight we will continue to have a good deal of clouds with scattered snow showers and flurries. It will be a brisk night with our low temperatures falling into the lower and middle 20s. An area of low pressure will continue to keep us unsettled on Thursday and Friday. Thursday will feature a good deal of clouds with scattered snow showers and flurries. It will be blustery with high temperatures only reaching the lower and middle 30s. Low temperatures Thursday night will fall to the 20s. Friday will have more clouds than sunshine with some flurries and snow showers. High temperatures will be in the 30s. We are watching a system for the weekend that looks to stay to the south, but if it moves north it could impact our region. Saturday will be partly to mostly cloudy. It will be blustery wit high temperatures around 40. Monday will stay rather cloudy with snow showers and flurries. It will be another blustery day our high temperatures getting to around 40.

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