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Forecast Last Updated at Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 6:56AM

Light Rain Tonight, Snow Up Top

Today is rather ho-hum with thickening clouds this afternoon. Light rain returns tonight into early Thursday (possibly mixed with snow in the valleys, and certainly all snow for higher elevations above 3,000 feet). Thursday and Friday are a shade cooler with more light rain returning Friday night into Saturday. A warming trend commences Sunday and the gloves come off in terms of runaway warmth early next week.

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Wednesday

Hi: 48 Lo: 35

Lots of clouds; Some light rain, or rain mixed with snow Wednesday night; All snow at higher elevations; Light & variable wind
Thursday

Hi: 45 Lo: 32

Some leftover early light rain or higher elevation light snow; Mostly cloudy; Nearly calm wind
Friday

Hi: 44 Lo: 34

Mostly cloudy; Rain possible Fri. night; Wet snow up top; Light SE wind
Saturday

Hi: 48 Lo: 32

Early rain or higher elevation snow; Becoming partly sunny during the afternoon
Sunday

Hi: 56 Lo: 34

Lots of sunshine; Not bad for Superbowl Sunday / Groundhog Day

Further Out

Monday - Mostly sunny & mild; Increasing clouds Monday night with light rain possible; High in the mid 60s; Low in the mid 40s
Tuesday - Mostly cloudy; Spotty light daytime rain possible; Still mild; High in the lower 60s; Low in the mid 40s

Forecast Discussion

The weather workload this week continues to be overly complicated for not a lot of sensible weather. A quick disturbance moves along the Gulf Coast tonight producing light rain and high elevation snow (above 3,000ft where a dusting to one inch is possible).

Thursday and Friday remain mostly cloudy and cool. Another area of low pressure develops in the northern Gulf Friday night and Saturday heading east/northeast. The hoopla about any "big snow" this weekend is off the table, but the degree of wetness and timing is still in question. For now, we have some light rain penciled-in Friday night, ending Saturday morning or afternoon. Once again, snow levels will be up around 3,000-4,000 feet, so you won’t have to go too far up in elevation to get into some white stuff.

Sunshine returns Sunday, every weather enthusiasts favorite holiday. Temperatures make big strides Sunday afternoon followed by an unseasonably warm Monday (and Tuesday but to a lesser extent) influenced by a deep and increasingly moist southwest flow. Clouds increase Monday night with light rain possible late and into the day Tuesday in advance of an approaching cold front. The front moves through Wednesday and most of next week's rain is tied closer to the front late Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.

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