FRIGID FRIDAY: More very cold air pours into the region late tonight into Friday. An arctic front passing through will deliver a quick round of light snow showers and flurries this evening, but no significant accumulation is expected. Highs tomorrow likely won't make it out of the upper 20s Friday despite a fair amount of sunshine. Lows in the teens are expected Friday night.
"MARCH"-ING INTO THE WEEKEND: Saturday will be mainly dry with a mix of clouds and sunshine and highs in the upper 30s. A complex storm system will move out of the Plains into the Ohio Valley and stall over the region. By Sunday, we will find a warm front sending our temperatures to around 50° but with that will come a good chance of rain. As the front flexes back and forth across the area Monday and Tuesday, we will see periods of heavy rain and even a few thunderstorms. This will also have an effect on temperature as highs will drop back into the mid 40s Monday but surge to the upper 50s on Tuesday. Considering the heavy rain and snow from last week and additional melting, flooding may become a concern for the beginning of next week.
TONIGHT: Flurries Ending, Partial Clearing and Colder...Low 17, winds N-5
FRIDAY: Partly Sunny and Colder...High 27, winds N-7
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