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Alan - A slight wind shift helping to thin cloud cover this Monday afternoon

Alan's 12 p.m. forecast

Posted: Jan. 15, 2019 12:40 PM
Updated: Jan. 15, 2019 12:40 PM

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skies remain mostly to completely overcast. temperatures will reach into the mid and upper 40s. no rain is anticipated. winds will be light out of the northwest between 4 and 8 mph, becoming southwest into the evening. expect mostly clear skies and temperatures in the lower 30s early in the morning. areas of frost are likely. throughout the day, we'll see abundant sunshine with high, thin clouds. temperatures reach into the mid-50s. then as we head into wednesday night, clouds increase across the region. clouds continue to increase into thursday as showers move in from the west. temperatures will begin in the mid-40s. and through the day, we'll see temperatures climb into the mid and upper 50s. showers should continue through the afternoon and evening, most of which will likely be light. rainfall totals should range from 0.1" to 0.5". we'll see a break in the shower activity in most areas, though a few lingering sprinkles or areas of drizzle cannot be ruled out friday morning. otherwise, we should remain mostly cloudy with temperatures starting out in the mid-40s. through the day, we'll see clouds remain with relatively dry conditions. tight more news/interviews after the break....
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