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Matt's 10 PM Thursday Forecast

January 11, 2018

Posted: Thu Jan 11 20:32:41 PST 2018
Updated: Thu Jan 11 20:32:41 PST 2018

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we had some more of the patchy rain today ahead of a frontal system headed our way. we did see mostly cloudy skies otherwise and very mild temperatures for this time of the year. most of the high temperatures for this time of the year should be near 51 degrees, we ended up with highs today well into the 60s. as we go through the evening and overnight hours we are going to be looking at the aforementioned frontal system move into our area. this will continue our chances for some more rainfall as we go through the overnight hours. we will see most of the temperatures stay steady in the upper 50s to middle 60s for the evening and dropping off dramatically as we go toward sunrise, down into the 30s. we have a winter weather advisory in effect for a large portion of our viewing area on our friday. we will see a mix of precipitation as the rule across most of our area with heavier amounts the farther north and west area. we will see temperatures stay steady or drop off gradually into the 20s by the later afternoon. after the frontal;passage tomorrow evening, we will see even colder temperatures plunge into our area. one college football team's fans are challenging the crimson tide to a rematch. ole miss and msu's women's basketball teams meet on the hardwood for the 94th time. temperatures plunge into our area. one college football team's fans are challenging
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