Forecast Last Updated at Friday, December 13, 2019 at 5:22PM
Cold Slowly Erodes; Periods of Rain
Cold air is gradually eroding, however, the cool rain lingers with some fog tonight. Temperatures will be steady or slowly rise overnight. A front from the west moves through around midday Saturday. We'll have early showers, afternoon falling temperatures, and snow showers or flurries around sunset into the evening (slightly earlier start on mountaintops). Sunday looks cool and quiet.
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Hi: 41 Lo: 38
Cloudy; Foggy; Rainy; Steady or rising temps; NE wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 45 Lo: 30
Lots of clouds; Early showers tapering off by noon; Turning colder in the afternoon; Snow showers & flurries develop by sunset; NW wind 5-15 mph, becoming 10-20 mph at night with gusts to 45 mph
Hi: 47 Lo: 34
Variably cloudy; Chilly; NW wind 5-15 mph, gusty early but diminishing during the day
Hi: 51 Lo: 43
Cloudy; Rain develops late day or Mon. night
Hi: 47 Lo: 21
Early clouds and showers; Then decreasing clouds and turning colder
Wednesday - Mostly clear; Cold; High in the mid 30s; Low in the upper teens
Thursday - Mostly clear; Less cold; High in the lower 40s; Low in the lower 20s
Expect a chilly rain tonight. Temperatures for the overnight period will be steady or slowly rise.
Saturday starts with showers and relatively mild temperatures. Showers taper off by noon, temperatures fall in the afternoon and evening in wake of a cold front moving through Saturday afternoon from the west. Snow showers and flurries develop around sunset (afternoon start time on western mountaintops) and continue into the evening.
Sunday gives us one day in the weather easy chair--less cold and quiet with high pressure in control.
Low pressure develops in the Texas Panhandle Sunday. It, with an associated cold front, reaches us Monday night and Tuesday. Milder air surges north ahead of the front. Monday will have lots of clouds, but it's a relatively nice day overall. Rain develops late-day or during the evening and lasts into Tuesday.
Much colder air arrives behind the front Tuesday leading to a cold Wednesday. I cannot rule out snow flurries late Tuesday. Temperatures moderate somewhat Thursday as the center of Canadian high pressure drifts to our east.
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