Teachman’s Take: Last Frigid Day Before Another Warm Up

We’re starting off the day in the deep freeze.  Hopefully, you had a chance to witness an incredible sunrise today.

Wind chills are definitely a downer in the upper single digits and lower teens.  We’re under a Freeze Warning until noon.

By this time, Temperatures will be in the middle 30s.  There will be a lot of sunshine this morning, but it will be quickly taken over by cloud cover this afternoon.  Winds will be light from the southeast at 5 to 10 MPH.

The warm up begins Thursday!  Highs are back in the 60s.  It will be partly to mostly cloudy and there could be some areas of drizzle or light showers after midnight.  Any shower for St. Patrick’s Day will be early in the morning.

Honestly, right now it doesn’t look like it’s coming together for us to see much in the way of moisture.  But, we’ll take what we can get.

  

Highs for Friday will be delightful in the middle 60s.  More warmth over the weekend with sunny to partly cloudy skies.  Highs will jump from 63 on Saturday to 71 by Sunday!  Next week, temperatures remain in the 60s and 70s Monday and Tuesday.

There’s a strong storm system models are picking up on by next Wednesday.  Wouldn’t be surprised to get some thunderstorms out of this.

Take care,

Teach

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