As a chilly Saturday comes to an end, we begin to look to our next cold front passage early tomorrow. Clouds will build overnight tonight, and a few light showers will develop ahead of the front early tomorrow morning. The showers should clear the forecast area by noon, and skies will clear behind the front, allowing highs to warm to the low to mid 60’s. Martin Luther King Day will be sunny and warm, with highs reaching into the mid to high 60’s. A weak piece of energy will approach on Tuesday, with a very slight chance of seeing a shower or two. Most of the area should stay dry, however, and another cold airmass will arrive on Wednesday. Lows Wednesday and Thursday will dip below freezing for most of the area, and highs will be capped at the mid to high 50’s. Temperatures will rebound slightly on Friday, with mostly sunny skies expected through the end of the work week.
Posted at 5:17 PM, Jan 18, 2014
and last updated 2014-01-18 17:17:00-05
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