Teachman’s Take: Wild Weather Week Expected

Clouds are on the move today and the winds will pick up during the afternoon.  Wind speeds will be anywhere from 10 to 20 MPH from the southwest.  Expect temperatures to continue to climb.  We will be in the upper 30s and lower 40s.
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As drizzle develops overnight, temps will be above freezing, which means roads will be wet heading into the Tuesday AM commute.  Drizzle lingers through Tuesday, keeping roads damp with highs near 50.  We’ll have another chance for rain showers by midday Wednesday — again temps will be warm enough to keep roads wet.  This system, however, will drop our temps heading into Thursday.
Concern then shifts to Friday through next Sunday.  While it’s still many days out, wintry weather will return.  Rain, freezing rain and snow are all possible.  The timing of this storm will be worked out in the days to come along with what it will bring to the Storm Track 5 area.  Stay tuned as this storm system could produce widespread travel problems.
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Take care,
Teach
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