Isolated rain showers will continue this evening and become more widespread overnight tonight as a cold front approaches the area. Showers will taper off by around 7am Monday morning as the front passes though. Strong high pressure will build in quickly behind the front and provide plentiful sunshine, but the arctic airmass spreading into the southeast states will keep daytime highs for Monday only in the low 40s and high 30s. Lows Tuesday morning will dip into the high teens, and windy conditions will force wind chills down into the single digits. Highs Tuesday will remain in the mid to high 30’s for most of the area, and Wednesday morning will once again feature lows in the high teens. Temperatures will rebound to the mid 50’s Wednesday afternoon, beginning a warming trend that will continue through the work week and into next weekend. Slight 20% rain chances will enter the picture once again on Thursday and Friday, with rain likely Saturday and Sunday ahead of another frontal system.
Posted at 5:03 PM, Jan 05, 2014
and last updated 2014-01-05 17:03:00-05
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