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Current - Temperatures are currently about 40 degrees. Skies are cloudy, and it's raining out so be sure to have an umbrella handy. Not only is rain in store for the day, but there also is snow on the way too. With that, we are currently under a winter storm watch that it in affect until Thursday.
Tonight: Rain continues into the evening then changes to spotty showers overnight. Winds will be light but will pick up tomorrow. Temperatures will remain the in upper 30s to lower 40s.
Today: Rain showers moving into the area this morning. This should continue through the day with a few breaks between heavier bands. Mild air sits over the area with a high of 44 degrees.
Tonight: A clear but chilly night is in store. Temperatures will fall to about 23 with SW winds ranging from 10-15 mph. Some gusts could be around 20 mph. Wind-chills will make the feels like temperature fall into the teens.
Tonight: Will be clear skies slightly breezy low of 20. Southwest winds 5-10 mph.
Tonight: A beautiful night lies ahead with mostly clear skies. Bundle up in extra layers by tomorrow morning, however, as arctic high pressure will bring wind chills down into the single digits.
Today: A cold blast will continue to move through the area throughout the rest of the day on Thursday. Clouds expected to dissipate through the afternoon leaving clear skies for the evening hours.
Tonight: Temperatures will drop into the lower 20s with some clouds moving into the area. Overnight, more clouds will start to move in leading to a cloudy late night and this will persist into the early Thursday morning hours.
Tonight: Temperatures will start to drop as the rain will start to move into the area. The rain will be consistent throughout the night into tomorrow mornings rush hour. Winds will be on the breezy side with wind chills dropping in the lower 20s to upper teens.
Tonight: Pretty similar evening tonight as like it was today. Not as cold as last night but still pretty chilly. Getting down to 9 degrees tonight, watch out for the pick up of winds. As they will pick up to 10-20mph by tomorrow morning. This will lead to colder windchills, so make sure if you are heading out the door tonight or tomorrow morning that you are wearing a coat, hats, and gloves, because it will be chilly. Any long period of exposer can lead to hypothermia or even frost bite, so make sure you stay layered.
Valentine's Day: For your Valentines's Day it will be sunny but cold high of only 19. Winds out of the Northwest at 5-10 mph.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy skies this evening with a 30% chance of snow flurries. We will see a low of 7 degrees in addition to strong gusts of westerly winds from 10-15 mph and high as 21 mph at times. The wind chill will be bitterly cold as frigid air moves into our region so be sure to bundle up tonight.
Tonight: Dangerous travel conditions continue through the overnight hours as snow continues to add up across the region. Some mixed precipitation may also occur in our southeast counties. Be very careful if traveling tonight and through the Thursday morning commute. A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 1:00 PM Thursday.
Tonight - Temperatures will drop to below freezing, with the low for the night being 27 degrees. Skies will remain cloudy and winds will come out of the west at 5-9 mph.
Tonight: Mostly Cloudy with temperatures in the mid 30's throughout the night. Mild winds out of the SW at 5-10mph. With that SW wind will bring some added moisture that will help with Wednesday system.
Today: Temperatures will not change much as we go through the day with a high of 39 degrees. Rain should be out of the area by noon leaving behind most cloudy conditions.