The dreary, damp weather pattern continues today. We’ll have a few light showers or drizzle tracking through the area Saturday. Dense morning fog will lift slightly by midday. That makes way for more cloudy skies into this evening. Winds from the south are our saving grace because they bring in mild air that make it feel more like March than January. Highs today reach the lower 50s to the south and lower 40s north.
Mostly cloudy skies stick around for most of the week. Light rain tracks out late tonight, so it will be dry but fog develops again into Sunday morning. Lows tonight fall to near freezing, so watch out for early morning slick spots. Highs tomorrow will be warm enough to melt any ice…low to mid 40s for most and another mild day. Our next chance of rain after today comes on Tuesday.
More snow mixes in Wednesday, with some areas seeing only snow. Light snow will linger into Thursday as temperatures get closer to normal – in the upper 20s to low 30s. It is too early to pin down amounts, but we will watching the track of the storm closely, as it could affect travel.
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This post was written by Rachael Peart