Winter is here to stay through the rest of the week with our temperatures struggling to get above the freezing mark.
Tomorrow's clouds will keep temperatures below freezing as high pressure begins to make its way in. Flurries cannot be ruled out tomorrow afternoon into the early evening hours though. A few rays of sunshine may make an appearance on Friday afternoon as temperatures will still struggle to raise above freezing with northwest winds. Our next disturbance looks to take shape Friday night. Accumulations look to be light at best. A dusting could accumulate Friday night into Saturday morning.
|GFS 00Z paints a good picture of what one can expect. Light and scattered accumulations Friday night into Saturday morning.|
|NAM vs. GFS model 00Z model run valid for Sunday morning at 3 AM.|
Days at a Glance
Thursday: High of 25 with a low of 11. Winds NNW 5-10 mph with wind chills approaching the single digits. A few flurries under mostly cloudy skies.
Friday: High of 30 with a low of 19. Partly cloudy skies. Winds from the north at 5 mph. Chance for a few flakes Friday night into Saturday morning. Slight chance for light accumulations. Chance of precip 30%.
Saturday: High of 35 with a low of 25. A few morning snow showers. Mostly cloudy skies.
Sunday: High of 32 with a low of 20. Chance of precip 30%.
Forecaster: Brian Urbancic