Friday, January 11, 2013

January 12th, 2013 Forecast

For the rest of tonight, rain will continue to move through the region.  Lows tonight in the lower 40's in most locations, with some places to the extreme north and west dipping into the upper 30's.  Winds from the southeast at 5 to 10 mph.  Rain tapers off overnight and by Saturday morning, some places could see fog.  By mid-morning, it burns off to reveal variable cloudiness.  High tomorrow topping out in the upper 50 in and around the metro, near 60-degrees to the south and east and the mid-50's to the north and west.  Winds tomorrow will remain calm.

Sunday looks even warmer, but a few isolated showers could filter in my evening.  Highs could top out in the mid-60's!  The start of the next workweek looks unsettled, with scattered showers possible for both Monday and Tuesday.  Temperatures will also start dropping off, back down to more-normal levels.  Wednesday, with highs in the lower 40's, skies will clear to partly sunny skies.  Thursday looks even cooler than that, under mostly sunny skies and Friday, temperatures dip below the 40-degree mark with partly sunny skies.