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October 26, 2017 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

October 26, 2017

It’s a beautiful, sunny afternoon, but cooler than average. We’ll go up toward 70 degrees tomorrow before we drop right back down again temperature wise this weekend. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast through Monday!

A cold front in the middle of the country is headed our way, and it’ll take us from sunny and dry today to a cold rain Saturday and maybe some Sunday flurries. Here’s the outlook on a roller coaster weather weekend!

  • Tonight-Mostly clear. Low 35.
  • Friday-Mostly sunny. High 70.
  • Friday night-Increasing clouds, with rain possible late. Low 45.
  • Saturday-Cloudy with rain showers. Highs near 60.
  • Sunday-Mostly cloudy with sprinkles or flurries. High 45.
  • Monday-Becoming partly cloudy. High 55.

That cold front moves through during the middle of the day Saturday. That will bring us quite a bit of rain in the Tri-Cities, and might change to a little bit of snow in the mountains.

From there, we’ll see snow flurries area wide Sunday, as we stay in the 40’s and about 20 degrees below average. Clouds drift out of here by the end of Monday, with temperatures a little warmer.

I’ll have another update tomorrow afternoon. Have a great Friday!

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