Forecaster: Jarrod Knauff Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Issued: 7:59 PM
on Tuesday, January
Clouds will diminish tonight as a surface high pressure approaches the region from the west while northerly winds help the low temperatures fall to around 10 degrees. A slight warm up will occur Wednesday under mostly sunny skies as the high pressure dominates the region. Precipitation arrives Thursday as a surface low crosses north of Athens. Depending on the timing of the precipitation it could begin as a rain-snow mix Thursday morning. The precipitation then transitions to all rain as the high temperature rises into the 40s, but the rain will change back to snow Thursday night. High pressure will again dry conditions to close the work week as temperatures for Friday and Saturday hover around the freezing mark under mostly sunny skies. However, another round of snow is expected Sunday and Sunday night.
View the forecaster's notes.
|Tonight||partly cloudy||no precipitation||N at 5 to 10 mph||Low 8°F|
|Wednesday||sunny||no precipitation||Variable at 0 to 5 mph||High 33°F|
|Wednesday Night||mostly cloudy||no precipitation||calm||Low 24°F|
|Thursday||cloudy||a 80% chance of rain-snow mix||SW at 5 to 10 mph||High 46°F|
|Friday||partly cloudy||no precipitation||H 30/L 9|
|Saturday||mostly sunny||no precipitation||H 33/L 21|
|Sunday||cloudy||a 60% chance of snow||H 34/L 16|