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Storm Team Wednesday morning forecast (2/13/2013)

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Posted at 10:32 AM, Feb 13, 2013
and last updated 2013-02-13 10:32:00-05

Scattered showers are left over as we work a cold front through the area. There’s just the smallest risk of one or two strong thunderstorms in our eastern counties early this afternoon, other than that we’re doing fine. Temperatures through dinner will fall into the 60s and the air will feel a lot drier. Tonight, clouds will become broken with a few holes, but skies will remain mostly cloudy as the rain comes to an end. Lows by tomorrow morning will be on the cool but normal side in the low and mid 40s. Tomorrow afternoon we’ll see more sunshine with highs in the middle 60s, all in all, a pretty comfortable day. Another arctic cold front will dive into the southeast Friday night into Saturday. It’ll be a mostly dry passage with nothing more than a couple showers and mostly cloudy skies. The air behind this front will live up to its name; afternoon highs through the weekend won’t get out of the 50s, that’s about 10° below average. Meanwhile, lows Sunday and Monday morning will fall into the upper 20s, a light freeze will be possible both days.

Be safe and have a great Wednesday!

-Meteorologist Sean Parker