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Matt - A few flakes possible overnight but not likely to have much if any impacts.

Matt's 5 PM Forecast

Posted: Mon Nov 12 15:34:43 PST 2018
Updated: Mon Nov 12 15:52:24 PST 2018

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heading into the evening and overnight hours, cloud coverage is anticipated to remain somewhat extensive. meanwhile, temperatures will gradually decline towards the lower 40s and upper 30s for a few spots. widely scattered to isolated showers will continue to stream across our are during this time frame as well. temperatures should remain several degrees above the freezing mark for much of the evening and thus wintry precipitation does not appear to be likely until perhaps the last few hours before sunrise.while temperatures will remain above the freezing mark at the surface just enough moisture and cooling aloft may be present to support a brief switch over to some light sleet perhaps a few isolated flurries. the moisture is very limited and as such no accumulation is anticipated and travel impacts are unlikely. still, if you see a few sleet pellets or flurries in the pre-dawn or early morning hours on tuesday, you are probably not hallucinating.but most areas will be dry by the time temperatures are cold enough for that. temperatures should slip into the mid to upper 30s tuesday morning. then in the afternoon, expect partly to mostly cloudy skies to remain. highs will only reach into the upper 30s to lower 40s, thanks to a steady north wind between 14 and 18 mph. wind chills should remain below 35 throughout the afternoon.by wednesday morning, we'll remain partly to mostly cloudy with temperatures dipping into the upper 20s to lower 30s. winds remain out of the north between 10 and 15 mph. so wind chills could dip into the mid and upper teens. otherwise, wind chills will be in the 20s. during this time, another area of low pressure will try to develop over our region, enhancing cloud coverage and perhaps some showers and wintry mix during the day. if this occurs, temperatures will struggle to reach above 40 degrees. but if we manage to stay dry, highs may reach the lower 40s. either way, we do not anticipate major impacts at this time. still, we are monitoring the situation closely.by thursday morning, a few light raindrops or areas of wintry mix may remain with temperatures into the mid and lower 30s. then by thursday afternoon, expect some sunshine to finally return. we'll then return to the mid-40s.friday and the upcoming weekend will bring clearer, calmer conditions with temperatures likely in the 30s friday and saturday morning. both afternoons, we'll likely reach the mid and upper 50s. then by sunday, another push of colder air will reach our area. but it won't be as cold as this week. expect sunday to remain clear with morning temperatures in the mid-30s and highs in the upper 40s to heading into the evening and overnight hours, cloud coverage is anticipated to remain somewhat extensive. meanwhile, temperatures will gradually decline towards the lower 40s and upper 30s for a few spots. widely scattered to isolated showers will continue to stream across our are during this time frame as well. temperatures should remain several degrees above the freezing mark for much of the evening and thus wintry precipitation does not appear to be likely until perhaps the last few hours before sunrise.while temperatures will remain above the freezing mark at the surface just enough moisture and cooling aloft may be present to support a brief switch over to some light sleet perhaps a few isolated flurries. the moisture is very limited and as such no accumulation is anticipated and travel impacts are unlikely. still, if you see a few sleet pellets or flurries in the pre-dawn or early morning hours on tuesday, you are probably not hallucinating.but most areas will be dry by the time temperatures are cold enough for that. temperatures should slip into the mid to upper 30s tuesday morning. then in the afternoon, expect partly to mostly cloudy skies to remain. highs will only reach into the upper 30s to lower 40s, thanks to a steady north wind between 14 and 18 mph. wind chills should remain below 35 throughout the afternoon.by wednesday morning, we'll remain partly to mostly cloudy with temperatures dipping into the upper 20s to lower 30s. winds remain out of the north between 10 and 15 mph. so wind chills could dip into the mid and upper teens. otherwise, wind chills will be in the 20s. during this time, another area of low pressure will try to develop over our region, enhancing cloud coverage and perhaps some showers and wintry mix during the day. if this occurs, temperatures will struggle to reach above 40 degrees. but if we manage to stay dry, highs may reach the lower 40s. either way, we do not anticipate major impacts at this time. still, we are monitoring the
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