warm-up then rain or ice this weekend

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1. Heading into Wednesday and Thursday the region should clear out and get into southerly flow allowing for highs in the 3o’s Wednesday and upper 30’s to mid 40’s by thursday. Friday now looks to be dry as a week cold front won’t have much with it highs will be in the mid 40’s.

2. Saturday will see increasing clouds with the chance of rain or freezing rain by sunrise sunday. Daytime temperatures Saturday should rise into the upper 30’s However lows could very well end up being near 30 with low level cold air still pouring into the region. The upper levels are expected to be to warm for snow. right now this doesn’t look to be a big deal but any amount of frz rain as we saw this morning can lead to travel hazards. By Sunday afternoon precip should end.

the gfs suppresses this, not a shock there as it always trends north with the precip shield over time.

the euro has a set-up farther to the north

2. check the 14 day for a look at the thaw coming in the long range and how it doesn’t last that long. tomorrow I’ll have the midterm report card for the winter forecast I know it will go out a few days early.  Look for new pages off to the side to be added over the next few days which make this site you’re main stop  for all weather information.

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2 Responses to “warm-up then rain or ice this weekend”

  1. mitchg Says:

    oops a little blunder at nws lmk today.

    Saturday Night: A 30 percent chance of rain. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 30.

    liquid rain and 30???

  2. tommy Says:

    yea nws is comical

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