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FIRST WARNING NEIGHBORHOOD WX FORECAST
Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019
Drizzle and flurries end late this evening with dry conditions for the overnight hours. As temperatures fall into the 20s, a few slick spots cannot be ruled out. Sunshine and milder temps then dominate the forecast Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Highs will range from the upper 30s to middle 40s each day under sunny skies.
Clouds increase Sunday, but we stay dry and mild. Rain is likely with our next low pressure system Monday with temps soaring to 50F. A few rain and snow showers will linger into Tuesday, but no significant winter weather is in the forecast over the next 10 days. A pattern change to colder, snowier weather is looking increasingly likely after roughly January 17th. Stay tuned!
Tonight: Mainly cloudy with flurries ending. Low of 24.
Thursday: Sunny skies and milder. High of 39.
Friday: Sunny skies. High of 44.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High of 46.