Watching a storm to the south…

February 12th, 2013 at 7:15 am by under Weather

Temperatures are a good deal colder today–take a look at the 24-hour temperature change for the region:

This afternoon will still be chilly, but temperatures will actually be running just above normal.  Normal highs are in the upper 30s… we’ll be in the lower 40s.  The winds will not be quite as gusty as yesterday, but it will still be a little breezy.  High pressure drifts just south of the area today, and we’re then watching a storm system to move in on its heels.  We will be on the extreme northern edge of this storm… so most of our area will stay dry.  BUT there is a 30% chance of snow showers–mixing with some rain–in our southern counties.  Here is how Futuretrac looks for tomorrow afternoon:

Accumulation–we likely won’t see any, even if you do see some snow showers.  Back to dry weather Thursday, with the slight chance of snow showers again Friday into Saturday… as we get another cold blast.  Highs over the weekend will only be in the 20s, with lows in the teens!  So enjoy these 40s while they’re here!


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