Morning Forecast Sunday, December 23, 2018


Today there will be more clouds than sunshine. High temperatures today will be in the 30s to around the 40-degree mark. A shortwave will pass near the area late today and tonight. This will bring us some flurries and snow showers late today into the overnight hours that can bring a coating to an inch of snow in most locations. Tonight will have low temperatures dropping into the 20s. Monday will have a flurry or a snow shower to start the day. Otherwise the clouds will star to break for some sunshine. High temperatures will be in the lower and middle 30s. As we head into Tuesday another shortwave looks to move toward the region. This will bring us a partly to mostly cloudy sky with a bit of snow or flurries late. High temperatures Tuesday will rise into the middle and upper 30s. The shortwave will move out of the area Wednesday. The can be some snow or flurries to start Wednesday, but then we will have times of clouds and sunshine. It will be a breezy day with our high temperatures only reaching the middle and upper 30s. Our next rain maker will start moving toward the region as we head into Thursday. We will have increasing clouds with some showers possible late, but steady rain will develop overnight. High temperatures Thursday will reach the lower and middle 40s. The steady rain will start to taper to showers as the area of low-pressure will start to pull away from the area. High temperatures Friday will be well above average as we will be well into the 40s and near 50-degrees. As we head into Saturday some showers our possible early otherwise the clouds will look to break for some sunshine. High temperatures will be above average as they will reach the lower and middle 40s.

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