Forecast Last Updated at Monday, January 22, 2018 at 2:12PM
Preview of Spring
We are getting a preview of Spring weather this week. It will begin mild with showers, dry out and turn cool for a few days then repeat by the end of the weekend.
Rain and maybe even a rumble of thunder will move through tonight and tomorrow morning. It will turn colder and windy tomorrow so hold on to your hat. However, it will not be real cold as temperatures will be near average. It will remain seasonably cool through the end of the week as we get ready for a return of rain by the weekend.
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Hi: 57 Lo: 44
Partly sunny; Clouds increasing tonight with rain and maybe a rumble of thunder overnight; South wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 51 Lo: 28
AM clouds with showers early; Colder Tue. night with flurries or freezing drizzle possible in the Grayson Highlands; West wind 15-25 mph, gusts to 35 mph
Hi: 42 Lo: 29
Mostly sunny; Dry and seasonable; NW wind 10-15 mph
Hi: 46 Lo: 30
Mostly sunny; Continued dry and seasonable
Hi: 50 Lo: 32
Partly cloudy; A touch warmer
Saturday - Cloudy; Cool; Light rain or drizzle developing; More rain Sat. night; High in the lower 50s; Low in the mid 30s
Sunday - Cloudy with rain; Rain ending Sunday evening; High in the lower 50s; Low in the lower 30s
A cold front moves into our area overnight bringing a round of rain and a few thunderstorms as the air mass becomes a little unstable. The front sweeps through around sunrise tomorrow morning ending the rain but the winds kick up. Winds will be noticeable tomorrow as they pick up and gust from the northwest. Some of the gusts could be near 40 mph.
The air behind the cold front is cooler but not extremely cold so temperatures will be near average for this time of year. High pressure and sunny skies will be the weather theme through the end of the week.
Winds turn from the northwest to the south by Sunday ahead of another cold front which will bring us some rain Saturday night an Sunday.
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