Joel's Thursday Afternoon Forecast: Light rain continues into the afternoon

January 17, 2019

Posted: Jan. 17, 2019 12:22 PM
Updated: Mar. 11, 2019 11:11 AM

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between 0.1 and 0.5 inches. friday: a few showers may linger early in the morning. but otherwise, we'll be mostly cloudy through much of the day. temperatures start out in the mid-40s. then by the afternoon, we'll reach the upper 50s. showers return later in the evening. saturday: showers increase through the morning. a thunderstorm is also possible as well. temperatures start out in the mid-50s. then by the afternoon, we'll climb into the lower 60s. showers will linger into the afternoon and evening as a cold front passes through the region. temperatures will fall quickly through the evening and overnight. a few of these showers may transition over to a light wintry mix or light snow by midnight. no major impacts are expected in terms of travel. sunday:flurries linger into the early morning hours. temperatures will be much colder, likely into the upper 20s to lower 30s. we'll struggle to warm up much throughout the day, even though the sunshine returns in the afternoon. highs climb into the lower to mid-30s. m.l.king day: under clear skies, temperatures drop even more. we begin the day in the lower 20s with wind chills well into the teens. we'll see abundant sunshine through the day with temperatures warming back to the upper 30s to lower 40s. tuesday:we expect clouds to gradually build back into the region for tuesday as showers become more widespread. temperatures begin in the mid-30s. then by the afternoon, we'll climb into the upper 50s. wednesday:some showers linger into the early morning hours as cold air moves in. some may transfer over to a wintry mix. no major impacts are expected at this time. morning temperatures will begin in the upper 20s. afternoon highs reach the upper 30s as precipitation moves out around midday. tight stick around as we have some into the lower and mid-50s. rainfall totals should range between 0.1 and 0.5 inches. friday: a few showers may linger early in the morning. but otherwise, we'll be mostly cloudy through much of the day. temperatures start out in the mid-40s. then by the afternoon, we'll reach the upper 50s. showers return later in the evening. saturday: showers increase through the morning. a thunderstorm is also possible as well. temperatures start out in the mid-50s. then by the afternoon, we'll climb into the lower 60s. showers will linger into the afternoon and evening as a cold front passes through the region. temperatures will fall quickly through the evening and overnight. a few of these showers may transition over to a light wintry mix or light snow by midnight. no major impacts are expected in terms of travel. sunday:flurries linger into the early morning hours. temperatures will be much colder, likely into the upper 20s to lower 30s. we'll struggle to warm up much throughout the day, even though the sunshine returns in the afternoon. highs climb into the lower to mid-30s. m.l.king day: under clear skies, temperatures drop even more.
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