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Published: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 @ 4:04 AM
Updated: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 @ 10:40 PM
Overnight: Areas of dense fog will develop overnight, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs said. Watch out for rapidly changing visibility on roads. A few isolated slick spots, mainly on elevated surfaces, are possible as temperatures fall to the lower 30s by morning.
Wednesday: Morning fog may create a few slowdowns for the morning commute. Otherwise, expect a dry and chilly start with temperatures rising from the 30s. Conditions will become windy with showers developing into the afternoon and evening. Highs will reach the middle 50s. Expect drying out for Wednesday night. It will be windy and cold with lows in the upper 20s.
Thursday: Expect a cold and seasonable start. Morning clouds will give way to afternoon sunshine. Gusty winds at times will make it blustery, but we stay dry. Highs in the upper 30s will feel much lower due to the winds.
Friday: A complex weather system will bring a mix of precipitation late afternoon into night. Most of the day will be dry with increasing clouds. Winds will increase, too. Highs are expected in the middle 30s. There is a chance of a few snow showers in the evening or at night, but will change to rain.
Saturday: Rain likely in the morning will taper into the afternoon. Winds will be gusty up to 40 mph possible. As winds turn out of the northwest for the second half of the day, colder air will come rushing back into the region. A few flurries or passing snow shower is possible. Highs are expected to be in the upper 40s before falling.