Your Valentine’s day will continue to warm up throughout the day and into the night. Fog has developed during the afternoon and has gotten thicker limiting some areas to below 1 mile of visibility.
Showers as well as fog will develop as we go throughout the night and into the morning tomorrow. Lows will not divert much from the high today reaching 47 degrees.
Clouds will take over during the day with a more steadier rain developing in the afternoon and lasting throughout the rest of the day. The rain should be out of our area by Friday morning.
7 Day Forecast:
We will be back to the cold on Friday with highs in low 40s. Cloud cover should begin to break by the afternoon leading to some nice periods of sunshine.A chance for snow showers pop up on Saturday night with temperatures dropping to a low of 27 degrees.Sunday the sun will be bright and sky will be clear as we get what looks to be a beautiful day with a high in the middle 40s. Clouds will develop overnight eventually bringing in a new system of steadier rain to begin the week.Monday will be rainy and dreary throughout the entire day with highs reaching the middle to upper 50s. The rain will develop during the end of rush hour and stick around for the rest of the day.The system sticks around on Tuesday giving us more rain to handle during the day. You will need your umbrella or a raincoat to handle all the rain that will be falling on both Monday and Tuesday.
-- Weather Forecaster Jordan Nienaber
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