A Weather Rollercoaster For Monday
WBKO 13 News First Alert Forecast
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Prepared by Justin Hobbs
Sunday, November 10, 2019
After a cool and chilly start to the weekend, we warmed up Sunday as we climbed into the upper 60's. Veterans Day will start dry and mild before things take a turn. Rain moves in early afternoon dropping temperatures as the front moves through. Rain starts changing over to snow around the evening commute and into the night hours. Some minor accumulation and impact on travel is possible Monday night into Tuesday morning. Snow accumulations anywhere up to 1 inch with some isolated higher amounts. By Tuesday, readings may run over 25° below normal with near-record cold daytime highs in the upper 20's and nighttime temps in the teens!
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Your Hometown Weather Leader Forecast...
TONIGHT: Clear and Cool
Low 45, winds S-8
MONDAY: Light Rain Likely, Mixing with and Changing to Light Snow Toward Evening. Light Accumulation Possible Around 1" or less. Turning Colder
AM High 60, Temps Falling to 30s by Eve, Low 18, winds NW-14
TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny, Very Cold
High 29, Low 15, winds N-13