Overnight Forecast Friday, February 2, 2018


High pressure will build in tonight and that will bring us a partly clear sky and a more westerly wind, which will allow the snow to end. It will however still be cold and brisk with low temperatures dropping to the single digits. Tomorrow will start off cold and partly cloudy, but it will warm up quickly as we get a southwesterly wind. Now clouds will be increasing, and some snow can develop in the late evening hours to the northwest. It will not be as cold as our high temperatures will be in the middle and upper 20s to the lower 30s. The clouds will be around, and snow will develop Saturday night and continue with us through the day on Sunday. Low temperature Saturday night will be in the lower to the middle 20s and Sunday will have high temperatures in the middle to upper 30s. Monday can start off with a few lingering flurries otherwise we will have a mix of clouds and sunshine. It will be a chilly day though as our high temperatures will be getting to the 20s to right around 30, but the wind will help to make it feel cooler. Another area of low pressure will be moving into the area on Tuesday. This will bring us a variably cloudy sky with snow showers. High temperatures on Tuesday will be reaching the lower to middle 30s. The clouds and snow showers will continue through Wednesday, but some rain can possible mix in. High temperatures will be in the 30s. Thursday will then be another cool day as our high temperatures will be around 30 degrees under a mix of clouds and sunshine. To end out next week, Friday will have clouds and some sunshine, but some snow showers and flurries are possible. High temperatures will be in the 30s.

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