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Tracking a warmup into next week

FRIDAY

Today will start partly cloudy and cold. Temperatures will fall into the teens to start the last day of the work week. Expect clearing skies throughout late morning and into the afternoon. This will help with temperatures somewhat, but dominant northerly flow keeps temperatures in the upper 20s today.

TONIGHT

Late tonight into early tomorrow, we will see winds shift out of the south. This will do wonders for temperatures on Saturday, but its still cold overnight. Early Saturday, temperatures are likely in the teens.

EXTENDED

It's a cold and breezy morning Saturday, but with plenty of sunshine and the breeze advecting in warmer air, things will improve by the afternoon. Expect highs in the mid to high 40s. Things will be a hair cool on Sunday as we're tracking a weak frontal boundary that will bring yet another change in wind direction. The pattern is active, but dry air keeps chances for rain or snow away; that is until next week. A big warm up is in store for Monday and Tuesday. Temperatures sore into the 50s. Along with the warm air, will be more moisture. We will gradually increase moisture out of the gulf by Tuesday, bringing chances for showers for some Tuesday afternoon. More than just making for an enjoyable start to the work week, this will prime the atmosphere for our next big wave sliding in through midweek. A lot of questions revolve around this wave, but confidence is increasing that we will see chances for rain as soon as Tuesday night, turning into chances for more wintry weather by Wednesday. Generally, as colder air sets in, precipitation chances will run the gamut from rain to freezing rain, to sleet, and eventually to snow. This is painting the system with a very broad brush. This far out, details are expected to change as we get closer. As of now, know that a system that is capable of producing impactful weather is possible for the middle of next week, with more potential for big cold behind it.

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John Ross

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