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December 10, 2017 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

December 10, 2017

Cold weather has arrived since my last forecast here on the blog, and the difference is striking! Thankfully the snow wasn’t too much to worry about on Friday. There’s the chance of more snow during this week’s Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast!

I looked at the last forecast I produced before I took my vacation. One week ago was prediction of a low last Monday morning of 35 degrees, with highs projected for that day around 63. The real low temperature was well cooler at 28, but I was close to the high, as it was 64. It’s amazing how much things have changed! We’re not going to be near that for highs in the next few days, though. Here’s the outlook.

  • Tonight-Partly cloudy. Low 24.
  • Monday-Partly cloudy. High 49.
  • Monday night-Cloudy with a few showers by morning. Low 33.
  • Tuesday-Cloudy with scattered snow showers. Morning highs near 40.
  • Wednesday-Decreasing clouds. High 33.
  • Thursday-Partly to mostly cloudy, a small chance of rain or snow. High 42.
  • Friday-Cloudy and cold, morning flurries possible. Low 38.

Cold fronts move through here Tuesday afternoon and sometime Friday. Those will bring fresh blasts of cold air into our area, and some snowflakes or raindrops from time to time. As it looks right now, nothing appears to be too heavy for the next five days or so.

After that first cold front, the cold blast will be apparent. Lows Tuesday night into Wednesday morning look to be in the mid teens for most of us, closer to single digits in the mountains. Wednesday will be the coldest day of the week, as many of us will struggle to hit freezing.

I’ll have a new forecast tomorrow updating the first cold front’s progress, as it isn’t showing much moisture right now. That’s supposed to change as it gets here if the computer models are to be believed, so we’ll see what things show tomorrow afternoon. Have a great week!

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