CHRIS ALLEN'S MORNING UPDATE
Thursday, February 11, 2016
24-hour First Alert Forecast 270-467-0373
After a series of disturbances have brought us hits of light snow, we see some recovery today with slightly warmer temperatures and some eventual sunshine. Highs should nudge a bit above freezing climbing into the mid 30s. Further warming into the low 40s is anticipated Friday before another Clipper brings a chance for a little light snow mixed with light rain. Behind the Clipper, temperatures take another Arctic plunge Friday night into the teens.
VALENTINE'S DAY/PRESIDENT'S DAY WEEKEND:
Saturday will be dry and very cold before moisture moves in late Sunday with an approaching system. This weathermaker could bring us snow at first Sunday night, possibly mixed with rain (or other precip types) into Monday. Much uncertainty exists with this system as it is still several days away but it appears we could see minor snow chances until the precipitation changes to rain.
All signs point to a significant warming trend for the middle and end of next week. We'll start in the mid 40s Tuesday, low 50s Wednesday, then into the 60s at the end of next week with some locations possibly approaching 70!
Becoming Partly Sunny, Warmer...High 35, winds NE-7
Mostly Cloudy, Chance of Flurries Late...Low 25, winds Calm
Snow Ch. 30%, Trace amounts of snow
Chance of Snow to Rain Showers, then Cloudy...High 42, winds NW-11
Precip Ch. 30%, Trace amounts of rain and snow
|Record High||79° (1932)|
|Record Low||-16° (1899)|
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|UV Index||3 (Low)|
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