Overnight Forecast Tuesday, January 15, 2018

Weathercast

Tonight we will have plenty of clouds around and there will be some flurries as we develop a northwesterly wind. Tonight will be chilly as low temperatures will fall to the lower and middle 20s, some of the colder spots may drop into the upper teens.

Then on Wednesday we will have plenty of clouds with some snow showers and flurries around as a cold front moves through the region. Clouds will start to break later in the day as high pressure build into the area. It will be a brisk day as our high temperatures will be in the lower and middle 30s. We will have some clouds Wednesday night with our low temperatures dropping into the teens to around 20-degree mark. The clouds will be increasing, and thickening Thursday and some snow will develop late. High temperatures Thursday will reach the 20s to around 30-degree mark. The snow will continue Thursday night and into Friday. This will bring a widespread 1 to 3 inches of snow throughout the area. Low temperature. Clouds will start to break later on Friday. Low temperatures Thursday night will fall to the lower and middle 20s. High temperatures Friday will reach into the lower and middle 30s. Now as we head into the weekend, we are keeping our on a winter storm that will impact the area. We are still far enough out that things can change with it. Right now though it looks like Saturday will be rather cloudy with snow, that may start off as a mix. High temperatures Saturday will get into the lower and middle 30s. The snow will taper to snow showers Sunday and colder air will start to move into the area. High temperatures Sunday will be around the 30-degree mark. Sunday night low temperatures will be down into the single digits. Monday will be quite cold with flurries. High temperatures will be in the teens, but it will be a windy day, which will make it feel much colder. Tuesday will feature more clouds than sunshine with high temperatures reaching the 20s.

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