Forecaster: Grant Denman Email: email@example.com
Issued: 7:36 PM
on Thursday, February
Tonight we are looking to be calm and well above average for February. Tomorrow, ahead of a cold front, part of a powerful low pressure, we will get a southerly flow of winds that will pump warm air from the south out ahead of the front, which will take temperatures to the upper 70's. Friday night, we will see strong storms begin to push into the area that are associated with the cold front. As we move into Saturday, there will be lingering rain showers, but a weaker cold front will come through later Saturday and will cause the day to be very windy. Temperatures will be much more seasonable on Sunday and drier. Another system will move in on Monday and keep us unsettled for the beginning of the week, but we will still be above average.
View the forecaster's notes.
|Tonight||mostly cloudy||no precipitation||S at 0 to 5 mph||Low 53°F|
|Friday||mostly sunny||no precipitation||S at 5 to 10 mph||High 77°F|
|Friday Night||cloudy||a 80% chance of heavy thunderstorms||S at 10 to 15 mph||Low 48°F|
|Saturday||cloudy||a 60% chance of morning rain showers||W at 15 to 20 mph||High 50°F|
|Sunday||sunny||no precipitation||H 45/L 32|
|Monday||cloudy||a 30% chance of rain-snow mix||H 51/L 35|
|Tuesday||cloudy||a 40% chance of rain showers||H 58/L 45|