We’ve already entered the third month of 2021, and probably more importantly, the month that contains when we first started all this coronavirus mess last year. It’s hard to believe it’s been that long…in some ways it feels like longer, others it doesn’t. Kind of like winter, which meteorologically ended yesterday! We’ll have reasonable weather on the way this week as we prepare for warmth that is not far away. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for tonight through Friday…outlook first!
- Tonight-Mostly cloudy. Low 28.
- Tuesday-Partly to mostly sunny. High 52.
- Tuesday night-Increasing clouds, scattered showers (may mix with snow) late. Low 33.
- Wednesday-A few rain or snow showers early, but becoming partly cloudy. High 57.
- Thursday-Mostly sunny. High 57.
- Friday-Mostly sunny. High 53.
The forecast begins with the end of rain for a little while, thankfully! Folks to our north are glad of that, I’m sure, as Kentucky and West Virginia have seen lots of flooding. Low pressure moves through the South Wednesday on its way into the Atlantic Ocean. That will bring a small chance of rain and/or snow Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. I don’t expect too much difficulty out of that, though.
That system is going to be gone pretty quickly, and we’ll see fantastic weather the rest of the week. Wednesday afternoon will feature temperatures a tick above average for early March, and Thursday the same. Friday looks a bit cooler at this point, but with sunshine it’ll still be a good day.
That’s all for this forecast…I’ll have a peek at Saturday’s forecast tomorrow afternoon. Have a great Tuesday!