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Prepared by Shane Holinde
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Wednesday was the pick of the week weatherwise! Abundant sunshine returned for the first time in several days, but importantly, we had a chance to dry out. Much of our Valentine's Day Thursday appears dry, although clouds will increase along with south winds. It will be a lot warmer despite less sunshine, with highs approaching 60°. We'll have a chance for some light showers late Thursday night as the first in a series of systems arrives. Another system moves in late Friday with mainly rain that could end as some wet snow. Several more weathermakers will keep the pattern unsettled well into next week, with more chances for mainly rain along with a few wet snowflakes at times.
Your Hometown Weather Leader Forecast...
VALENTINE'S DAY (THURSDAY): Increasing Clouds, Breezy & Mild, Showers @ Night
High 60, Low 40, winds S-18, Gusts to 30
FRIDAY: Rain Possibly Ending as Wet Snow Late
High 48, Low 30, winds N-10
SATURDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Showers Likely Late
High 44, Low 35, winds NE-11