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Jim Barach's Forecast Discussion

An approaching Arctic front will move into the region tonight which will turn rain showers into snow. Most areas will be looking at 1-3" of snowfall, and rapidly falling temperatures will cause any moisture on the roads to freeze into a layer of ice. Snow showers will taper off by late Saturday morning with very cold temperatures lingering through the next several days.

Tonight, skies will be cloudy with rain showers that could be heavy at times. As the Arctic front moves into the region, rain will change over to snow with the polar air mass causing temperatures to fall rapidly which will turn any moisture on roadways into a layer of ice. The overnight low temperature will fall to a frigid 21 degrees with breezy conditions making it feel even colder. The weekend will start off with cloudy skies along with morning snow showers on Saturday. The high temperature will be a very cold 28 degrees, again with breezy conditions making it feel colder. High pressure will move in over the region on Sunday for partly cloudy skies along with dry conditions. The high temperature will drop even further to 22 degrees.

Monday will be mostly cloudy and dry ahead of the next Arctic front. The high temperature will climb above freezing to 34 degrees in the warmer air ahead of the front. Tuesday will be cloudy with snow showers as the front moves in. The cold air behind the front will drop the high temperature back to 27 degrees. Wednesday will be mostly sunny and dry as high pressure moves in over the region behind the front. The high temperature will fall again to 20 degrees. Thursday will be partly cloudy and dry as high pressure moves to the east and warmer air starts moving in from the southwest. The high temperature will make it above freezing to 33 degrees. Friday will be partly cloudy and dry under strengthening high pressure. The high temperature will make it back to a seasonable 45 degrees.

The next weekend will start out with mostly cloudy skies along with dry conditions in the warmer air ahead of the next approaching cold front. The high temperature will make it up to 52 degrees. Sunday will be cloudy with rain showers as the front moves in. The high temperature will drop a bit to 48 degrees with the additional clouds and showers. Monday will be partly cloudy and dry as high pressure moves in behind the departing cold front. The high temperature will drop a bit to 40 degrees.

Tonight: Cloudy with rain showers that will change to snow. Roads will become icy with an overnight low of 21 degrees.

Saturday: Cloudy with morning snow. High 28 degrees and breezy.

Sunday: Partly cloudy and dry. High a frigid 22 degrees.

Monday: Mostly cloudy and dry. High 34 degrees.

Tuesday: Cloudy with snow showers. High 27 degrees.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny and dry. High 20 degrees.

Thursday: Partly cloudy and dry. High 33 degrees.

Friday: Partly cloudy and dry. High 45 degrees.

Saturday: Mostly cloudy and dry. High 52 degrees.

Sunday: Cloudy with rain showers. High 48 degrees.

Monday: Partly cloudy and dry. High 40 degrees.

Chief Meteorologist Jim Barach

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