Published: 2.25.17 10:39am
Good Morning Folks! Temps are already (10:30am) beginning to decline across the higher elevations and we’ll see this trend continuing through the day, with sunshine and breezy conditions for most of the region. We round out the weekend tomorrow on another sunny note and clouds will increase late night into Monday, with showers developing after midday. Showers Monday afternoon peak Monday evening and another round should develop Tuesday into Wednesday, with light snow likely on the backend of the event Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Temps today will be close to normal and cooler than normal tomorrow, with temps rising to slightly warmer levels than today for Monday. Then they jump to last week’s levels (mid 60’s) Tuesday and Wednesday, dropping like a rock Thursday and Friday to end the work and school week.
Clearing skies this morning will lead to mostly sunny skies by midday, with breezy conditions out of the northwest around 10 – 25mph. Temps will continue to fall across the region but generally they will be in the low – mid 40’s along the ridgelines to the mid – upper 50’s across the valley. Colder air moves in tonight under mostly clear skies, with the valleys experiencing temps in the mid – upper 20’s, while the highest elevations dip into the upper teens – low 20’s.
Sunday keeps the dry weather around, however mostly sunny skies will only lead to temps in the low 40’s – low 50’s depending upon elevation. Moisture slowly infiltrates the region late Sunday... click here for more