Rain, wind, snow on tap; sunny Sunday to follow

Saul Bowman
November 19, 2017

As the warm air mass is pushed away in the afternoon, temperatures will quickly fall as the cold front takes its place - dropping from 60 degrees at the start of the heaviest afternoon rain to 35 degrees overnight. Scattered rain showers will develop as the front passes through.

With clear skies, lows will drop into the 20s overnight. Sustained winds of 20-35 miles per hour with gusts to 50 miles per hour are possible. The weather service is calling for a 20 percent chance of showers that night with temperatures sinking as low as 49 degrees.

Temperatures stay pretty seasonal, for the most part, the upcoming work week with daily sunshine. A couple inches of snow are possible. Temperatures will cool down to the mid to upper 40s tonight, so it will be much cooler from last night. However, spotty freezing rain and icy conditions are possible early morning on Wednesday.

Weekend Storm to Bring Strong Winds & Heavy Rain

Partly cloudy, with a low around 29.

A HIGH WIND WATCH has been issued for parts of the state for Saturday night into Monday morning. Looking into next week's forecast, on Thanksgiving the high will be 54 with mostly sunny skies, according to forecasters. Sunday night, clear, with a low around 27. Colder air continuing to build in on a somewhat of a northwest wind flow should make for low temps back into the low 30s. Tuesday will be a cloudy day, but some slick spots will linger on the roads.

Tue: High: 56 Low: 39 Sunny. He anticipated only dry weather by Wednesday, which the weather service expects to be mostly sunny but with temperatures getting no warmer than 69 degrees.

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