Sunny Skies Continue On Saturday, Arctic Blast Coming For Next Week


UPDATED: Saturday January 19, 2013 4:28 AM

Your Doppler 10 Forecast

This Evening    Mostly clear and cool.
Tonight:    Clear skies, not as cold as last night. Low 29
Tomorrow:    Mostly sunny, breezy and warmer.  High 47
Sunday     Mostly cloudy, blustery with falling temperatures. Flurries by evening.  High 30

Special Information:
    Another quiet night is in the forecast under mostly clear skies. It will not be as cold tonight as winds turn out of the southwest and become breezy late. Temperatures will hold in the upper 20’s overnight. Saturday will be the warmest day of the next seven days under mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will rise into the mid to upper 40’s by afternoon, although breezy conditions will make it feel a little cooler.
   The first in a series of arctic fronts will arrive on Sunday with mostly cloudy skies. It will be blustery with morning highs near 30 degrees. Temperatures will drop through the 20’s by late in the day and into the teens Sunday night. Scattered light snow showers or flurries will also develop Sunday night as the arctic air arrives.
   The cold air will continue to pour in on Martin Luther King Jr. day, Monday with occasional flurries. Highs will only be in the lower 20’s on Monday with teens for highs and single digit lows on Tuesday. Wind chill readings early next week will likely drop below zero.

Alerts :  NONE

Inconvenient Weather: NONE until Sunday when arctic air arrives. Breezy conditions will develop tonight and into the weekend, creating a bit of a wind chill.

Planning your Day:  Sunshine returns to start the weekend with a brief break from the cold as highs reach into the mid to upper 40’s. However, winds will be gusty at times out of the southwest. Arctic air begins to move in on Sunday.

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