Forecaster: Sara Marzola Email: email@example.com
Issued: 3:14 PM
on Thursday, March
Temperatures dropped significantly today after the approaching cold front passed over our area. The rain showers today associated with the cold front will continue on into tonight as the front pushes more east. An upper level disturbance tomorrow will keep a slight chance for precipitation in the forecast. Rain is expected during the day and will transition to snow in the evening with the temperatures dropping into the low 20s. Cold temperatures will persist for the next few days as northerly winds bring down that arctic air from the north. Saturday skies will be clear; however, the temperatures will remain in the 30s due to the arctic high dipping into the Ohio Valley. These sunny skies will last into Sunday with a slight increase in the temperatures.
View the forecaster's notes.
|Tonight||cloudy||a 60% chance of rain||NW at 0 to 5 mph||Low 30°F|
|Friday||mostly cloudy||a 30% chance of rain||NW at 5 to 10 mph||High 41°F|
|Friday Night||mostly cloudy||a 20% chance of snow||N at 5 to 10 mph||Low 20°F|
|Saturday||mostly sunny||no precipitation||NNW at 5 to 10 mph||High 36°F|
|Sunday||mostly sunny||no precipitation||H 48/L 37|
|Monday||mostly cloudy||no precipitation||H 53/L 36|
|Tuesday||mostly sunny||no precipitation||H 62/L 40|