Thursday Evening December 14th – Warming Up Again for the Weekend

Good Thursday evening, everyone. We just seem to be stuck on this roller coaster ride with the temperatures for most of this week. We went from the lower 60s yesterday and dropped back into the lower 40s today. Even though we had the cloud cover today, we kept things dry for the most part. With a weak wave passing by, there’s just enough moisture for a little rain and a few snowflakes to pop up on the radar below as we go through the rest of the night…

With this wave still passing through, we can’t rule out a passing shower/snow flurry or quick snow shower. In general, most spots (if not everyone) stays dry tonight as we turn cold once again. We may start Friday off with mostly cloudy skies…

As we work through the day, we’ll transition to partly to mostly sunny skies. That will at least start warming us up a bit for Friday afternoon. After we start in the upper 20s Friday morning, look for highs to climb into the middle to upper 40s…

We’ll continue warming as we go into Saturday with partly sunny skies. We’re looking at highs climbing into the upper 50s for Saturday afternoon before another system works in. It’ll start influencing our weather as we go into Sunday morning below…

Not only will this system bring back in plenty of cloud cover for Sunday, that also brings back in the rain chances. I’m not complaining about that because we do need some rain around here…

It’s looking like Sunday morning may be the better chance for rain, but we’ll still hold on to the rain chances as we go through the rest of the day. With mostly cloudy skies for Sunday as well, it will be a bit cooler with highs in the lower 50s. Since that system also wants to stick around for Monday, we’ll hold onto the rain chances again…

By the middle of next week, we’ll keep things chilly and quiet before we head into the upcoming holiday weekend. That’s when we’ll need to watch a few systems that could set up. Doug has more on that and the rest of his long-range forecast over at headypattern.com

Have a good night and a great Friday!

Nick

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