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Chelsea- "Colder temperatures ahead in our forecast"

Chelsea's 6:30 PM Main

Posted: Wed Nov 07 16:58:44 PST 2018
Updated: Wed Nov 07 16:58:44 PST 2018

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all of this activity was due to a stationary front and low pressure to the south of our area. we did not see any severe weather in our viewing area today, however we did see some heavy rain at times and some pretty good lightning. as we go through the evening and overnight hours we will continue to see low pressure and a stationary front linger just to the south of our area. this will keep a chance for some rain and even some isolated thunderstorms in our weather forecast for the overnight hours, better chances the farther south you are in the area. overnight low temperatures will drop middle to upper 40s. as we go through our next few days, we will continue to see low pressure and a stationary front linger to the south of our area. this will keep some pretty good chances for some showers and isolated thunderstorms in our weather forecast for the next few days. as we go farther down the line it looks like we will see some pretty strong cold fronts move through our area. this will bring us some of the coldest temperatures of the season so far. along with a brief chance for some precipitation at times with these frontal passages. so, all in all we will see most of our high temperatures stay in the unseasonably cold 40s and 50s down the line. while, most of our overnight low temperatures will stay on the unseasonably cold side too with most lows down into the 20s and 30s. welcome back to wtva nine news at 6-30 rain and thunderstorms were in our area today. all of this activity was due to a stationary front and low pressure to the south of our area. we did not see any severe weather in our viewing area today, however we did see some heavy rain at times and some pretty good lightning. as we go through the evening and overnight hours we will continue to see low pressure and a stationary front linger just to the south of our area. this will keep a chance for some rain and even some isolated thunderstorms in our weather forecast for the overnight hours, better chances the farther south you are in the area. overnight low temperatures will drop middle to upper 40s. as we go through our next few days, we will continue to see low pressure and a stationary front linger to the south of our area. this will keep some pretty good chances for some showers and isolated thunderstorms in our weather forecast for the next few days. as we go farther down the line it looks like we will see some pretty strong cold fronts move through our area. this will bring us some of the coldest temperatures of the season so far. along with a brief chance for some precipitation at times with these frontal passages. so, all in all we will see most of our high temperatures stay in the unseasonably cold 40s and 50s down the line. while, most of our overnight low temperatures will stay on the unseasonably cold side too with most lows down into the 20s and 30s. rain and thunderstorms were in our area today. all of this activity was due to a stationary front and low pressure to the south of our area. we did not see any severe weather
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