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Forecast Last Updated at Monday, January 25, 2021 at 5:33PM
Overcast, Wet, Cool
Temperatures will be steady or rising tonight with occasional rain and areas of fog. The rain ends toward dawn, after some morning clouds, temperatures rocket into the lower 70s for Tuesday afternoon highs. Tuesday looks like the warmest day since Thanksgiving around the Foothills.
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Hi: 44 Lo: 43
Cloudy; Areas of fog; Rainy; Steady or rising temperatures; Light & variable wind
Hi: 72 Lo: 42
Maybe a lingering early AM shower; Then sunshine returns; Whoa, take note of those temperatures! Light SW wind
Hi: 57 Lo: 34
Some sun early; Increasing clouds in the PM; Rain developing Wednesday night; Light east wind becoming NW 5-10 Wed night
Hi: 42 Lo: 21
Cloudy with AM rain, possibly ending as brief period of snow showers; Decreasing cloudiness PM
Hi: 48 Lo: 23
Generally clear skies; Seasonal temperatures
Saturday - Increasing PM clouds; Seasonal; Maybe some rain later Saturday night; High in the upper 40s; Low in the lower 30s
Sunday - Periods of daytime rain; Perhaps a brief wintry mix early; High in the upper 40s; Low near 30 degrees
A cold front swings through late tonight, passing east of the area Tuesday morning. That will bring an end to any leftover showers, and promote a sunnier/warmer Tuesday afternoon. Get outside if you can, as it will be the warmest weather since Thanksgiving.
The next weather-maker will be low-pressure tracking across the Deep South during Thursday. Clouds return during Wednesday with a period of mostly light rain expected Wednesday night. The rain could end as a wintry mix, especially across the Northern Foothill counties. Thursday will feature decreasing clouds and chilly temperatures.
Friday and Saturday will be dry and with seasonably cool temperatures. Another low-pressure system tracking across the Ohio Valley on Sunday represents the next opportunity for rainfall by Sunday night.
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