Forecast Last Updated at Monday, February 24, 2020 at 6:55PM
Periods of Rain
The rain returned this afternoon and picks up the pace for a while tonight. Tuesday may begin with spotty light rain; however, the day is mostly dry and milder. A quick-moving front brings light rain and falling temperatures Wednesday afternoon, changing to snow showers Wednesday night. Yet another period of snow showers comes Friday afternoon and Friday night.
Hi: 39 Lo: 36
Cloudy with fog; Periods of rain; Steady or rising temperatures; Light South wind, but gusty at higher elev's
Hi: 57 Lo: 38
Early light showers possible; Then some breaks in the clouds; Much milder; SW wind becoming light
Hi: 48 Lo: 21
Generally cloudy; Turning sharply colder in the PM; Afternoon rain showers, changing to snow showers; South wind 5-15 mph, becoming NW 15-25 mph at night with gusts to 50 mph
Hi: 31 Lo: 18
Early AM flurries, then decreasing clouds; Cold; Blustery
Hi: 31 Lo: 18
Sunny early with clouds in the PM; PM and overnight snow showers; Cold
Saturday - Early flurries; Then partial clearing; Cold; High in the upper 20s; Low in the mid teens
Sunday - Early flurries possible; PM clearing skies; Chilly; High in the upper 30s; Low in the mid 20s
After a relaxed pace this weekend, weather forecasters in the East have a busy week coming.
A front stretches from South Carolina to Missouri. We are on the cool side of this front with moisture streaming eastward across the Southeast. We will have periods of mostly light rain tonight. Temperatures will be steady or rise tonight as the front moves north as a warm front.
Light rain ends quickly Tuesday. We may get a look at the sun in the afternoon, but the main thought will be how much warmer temperatures become. This is your best weather to vote during the early voting period.
Low pressure is moving from Oklahoma to Missouri today. It lumbers into Michigan by Wednesday as a big weather-maker. A cold front associated with this low moves across the Appalachians Wednesday. Cold air wraps in quickly on blustery NW winds. We'll have afternoon showers changing to snow showers late-day and Wednesday night.
Early flurries are possible Thursday morning with partial clearing by afternoon. Thursday will be cold and breezy.
A clipper-low moves quickly toward us in the northwest flow Friday. Expect another round of snow showers Friday afternoon and night, ending as flurries Saturday morning. Saturday remains cold and breezy.
We begin to break this cold period Sunday, but maybe not before one more round of flurries Saturday night.
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