|Discussion||Breezy and cold today, temperatures will steadily drop to near freezing by the late afternoon. Once the surface cools to freezing, sleet and freezing rain/drizzle are likely, and will accumulate on some areas overnight. As the air mass above us continues to cool through the night, a some snow flakes late in the evening are possible. However, mixing of dry air is expected through the night and cut off moisture, so significant amounts are not expected.|
|Fri, Jan 21, 2022||
Overcast with brief periods of rain and drizzle in the morning. As daytime temperatures drop, precipitation likely to switch into freezing rain/drizzle or sleet.
Winds (MPH): NNE 6-8, gusts to 16
Overcast with a chance for sleet followed by a slight chance of snow. Slowly clearing after 4 am.
Winds (MPH): N 3-5, gusts to 10
|Sat, Jan 22, 2022||
Partly cloudy in the morning, then clearing.
Winds (MPH): NE 3-5, gusts to 10
|Sun, Jan 23, 2022||
Winds (MPH): W 4-6, gusts to 12
|Mon - Wed||Fair weather expected for the start of the week. A low pressure system expected to move over the area on Tuesday bringing the next round of moisture and rain. Temperatures for the period will be rising from the upper 40s into the 50s, with overnight lows rising from the mid 20s into the upper 30s by the end of the period.|
ARG/Atmospheric Technologies Group