Teachman’s Take: Cold Air Doesn’t Budge!

Mostly to partly cloudy today.  I can’t completely rule out a flurry.  Trends turn drier by afternoon with a little more sunshine.  And while we may briefly clear the clouds, it won’t be for long.  Temps will be cold today in the upper 20s.  Wind chills expected to stay in the teens.
Clouds dominate for Thursday with temps below freezing in the middle 20s.  A strong storm system will arrive by Friday.  Intense winds from the south will pump warmer air that will produce freezing drizzle for the AM commute.  Slick spots are expected.  By afternoon, temps will  warm and briefly touch the lower 40s — changing the majority of our area over all ALL drizzle.
After midnight on Saturday, temperatures will start to fall.  And it looks like moisture will remain for a portion of the day to change the rain over to snow.  I’m expecting the snow to develop by early Saturday afternoon and taper by early evening.  Light accumulations are possible.  Bitterly cold air filters back in by Sunday with highs in the teens and lows in the single digits.  We’ll start to warm early next week back into the 30s Monday and Tuesday.
Take care,

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