Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 5:06PM
Skies remain mostly cloudy tonight, and a few snowflakes are possible. After partial morning sun, low pressure in the Gulf increases clouds again Sunday night with a light rain/snow mix possible late Sunday night into Monday. Light snow ends Monday evening. Another weak low in the Gulf could bring flurries again late Wednesday.
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Hi: 35 Lo: 25
Mostly cloudy; Cold; A few snow flurries possible; NW wind 5-15 mph & gusty
Hi: 41 Lo: 32
Partly to mostly cloudy; Light rain or snow developing late Sun. night; NW wind 5-15 mph, gusty early
Hi: 41 Lo: 29
Cloudy; Light snow or light rain changing to light snow; NW wind 5-15 mph, gusty Mon. night
Hi: 41 Lo: 27
Partly cloudy; Chilly
Hi: 38 Lo: 28
Generally cloudy; PM flurries possible
Thursday - Mostly clear; Chilly; High in the lower 40s; Low in the upper 20s
Friday - Increasing clouds; Rain or a wintry mix possible Fri. night; High in the mid 40s; Low in the lower 30s
Skies are mostly cloudy. A snow flurry is possible overnight in a brisk NW flow.
Next week features three lows moving west to east across the Gulf: Monday, Wednesday, and next weekend. The strength of each remains in doubt; however, best thinking at this point is a rather ho-hum week with the potential for a more potent system next weekend. Yesterday, I saw foolish speculation already related next weekend; today's model guidance provides a dose of reality with a weaker/less cold system. Point being... no one knows how next weekend will play out.
Monday's low increases clouds late Sunday. Precipitation will be light in the form of a rain/snow mix or light rain changing to light snow. Precipitation could begin by late Sunday night and end end Monday evening. Marginal temperatures will hamper accumulation. A dusting at most for most; maybe an inch or two at highest elevations.
Wednesday's low brings clouds with flurries possible in the afternoon and evening.
The weekend system increases clouds Friday. Rain or a wintry mix is possible by Friday night.
In between these lows (Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday), expect quiet weather and chilly temperatures.
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