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Joel's Thursday Morning Forecast

March 8, 2018

Posted: Thu Mar 08 04:40:11 PST 2018
Updated: Thu Mar 08 04:40:11 PST 2018

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good thursday morning! we're getting a frosty start to the day. be sure to give yourself plenty of extra time to de-frost or scrape your windshields. temps are in the lower 30s with some possibly in the upper 20s. through the day, we'll thaw out what frost we have in place. temperatures climb into the lower 50s, though. so it will still be chilly through much of the day, despite the abundant sunshine. through the night tonight, we remain clear with temperatures back into the lower and mid-30s. then friday appears to be mostly sunny with some clouds returning later in the night. this will come ahead of rain chances, which will become widespread into saturday. the heaviest rain will be during the afternoon and evening on saturday, with some potential for some strong to severe storms. though at this point, it appears one of the greatest threats will be heavy rainfall, once again. rainfall totals may range from 1.5" to 2.5" in most areas, wit the greatest totals likely along the us 82 corridor. then as we go into your sunday, some of that rainfall lingers through the day as temperatures fall a bit. highs on saturday reach into the mid-
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