Friday, January 04, 2013
January 5th, 2012 Forecast
For the rest of this evening, we'll continue to see mostly sunny skies with winds still breezy. Lows ranging from the mid 20's to the north and west, to the upper 20's farther south and east. Winds will be out of the west at 10 to 15 mph. Tomorrow will start out mostly sunny, but by late afternoon, clouds will start to increase. Temperatures slightly warmer than Friday, but the more tame winds will also make it feel warmer. High on Saturday will top out in the upper 30's in and around the city and to the south and east. To the north and west, temperatures will top out slightly lower, in the mid-30's.
Overnight Saturday into Sunday, a few flurries and light snow showers could drop a coating to even a quarter-inch of snow over some areas. These will be light and no real impact is expect, just be careful driving overnight Saturday and Sunday morning. There could be a few slick spots. To that end, Sunday will rebound nicely. High will top out in the mid-40's under partly cloudy skies. The start of the work week, and into late next week looks the same throughout. Mostly sunny skies will prevail with temperatures above normal. Monday will feature highs in the lower 40's. Tuesday will bump up into the mid-40s. Wednesday, temperatures will top out around 50-degrees and Thursday, high could reach in the lower 50's. We start to see a change in the weather on Thursday as well, with clouds on the increase. By Friday, we'll see some more substantial precipitation with temperatures lower, in the upper 40's.