THERE ARE FLAKES IN THE FORECAST FOR AREAS NORTHE AND FAR WESTERN RIDGES, BUT, FLURRIES AT BEST! THOUGH THERE ARE SOME SIGNS OF A BIG STORM NEXT WEEK THAT COULD BRING SNOW, I DO NOT FEEL CONVINCED OF THIS, BUT WILL WATCH.
After a very windy day, will see temps as much as 5 degrees below normal. A small disturbance will move through Friday night and could kick off some snow and rain showers. There is another nice sized storm slated for early next week and then, well, we will watch and see if this storm can kick down colder aire for a possible second system next Friday. Not really convinced of anything, but worth watching!
Today: SW: 54-64 SE: 55-65 N: 45-55
Nice day with less winds
Friday: SW: 54-64 SE: 55-65 N: 45-55
Increasing clouds late in the day. Some showers or even snow showers in the Mountains and far north.
Saturday: SW: 54-64 SE: 55-65 N: 40-50
After a few morning rain or snow showers in the north. Decreasing clouds later in the day and breezy.
Sunday: SW: 55-65 SE: 55-65 N: 45-55
Nice sunny day.
Monday: SW: 55-65 SE: 55-65 N: 45-55
Increasing clouds with some rain likely in the west spreading north over time.
More rain Tuesday and a possible cooling trend. Will watch the end of next week for conclusions on southern stream.
All for now!
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