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Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, January 22, 2022 at 6:50AM
Skies clear today, and we are headed into a period of relative quiet. Temperatures gradually moderate this weekend under mostly clear skies. I cannot completely rule out a few snowflakes Tuesday. Colder weather returns after Tuesday. There's potential "mischief" by the end of next week.
Hi: 38 Lo: 19
Skies becoming clear; Cold but not as cold by afternoon; Wind becoming NW 5-15 mph
Hi: 42 Lo: 22
Scattered PM clouds; Slightly less cold; Light wind
Hi: 44 Lo: 27
Scattered clouds; Another small step milder; Light wind becoming NW 5-15 mph Mon. night
Hi: 43 Lo: 20
More clouds; Cannot rule out flurries
Hi: 36 Lo: 17
Mostly to partly cloudy; Colder
Thursday - Scattered clouds; Rather cold; High in the upper 30s; Low in the upper teens
Friday - Cloudy; Snow or snow showers possible; High in the mid 30s; Low in the upper teens
I'll keep this as short as the weather deserves today.
High pressure moves across the Southeast this weekend. Expect lots of sunshine and modest moderation in temperatures today and Sunday.
A dry front arrives from the northwest Sunday night. It moves back to the north as a warm front Monday. We'll have a few more clouds, but dry weather with continued slight temperature moderation.
The next cold front from the northwest arrives late Tuesday. Low pressure will troll east across the Gulf Coast, but current thinking is that it's too far south for significant precipitation here. I kept a flurry mention just to mark the day for something more nefarious.
Colder air arrives Wednesday and Thursday as the next high moves from the Plains to the Eastern U. S.
Another Gulf low along with the next front form the northwest hold more potential for winter weather Friday.
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