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December 13, 2017 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

December 13, 2017

Cold weather held on for most of the day today, as we did eventually end up at 41 for the high today. Another Alberta Clipper zips through here tomorrow, bringing a few flurries tonight through tomorrow morning. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast through the weekend!

Look for cloudy skies, cold conditions with flurries tonight. The flurries might not start until after midnight. Lows will drop to around 27 degrees.

Our high temperature tomorrow will be near 40, but by afternoon our temperatures will be in the low 30’s thanks to that cold front. Look for flurries early, but we should see a few bits of sunshine in a partly cloudy afternoon. Tomorrow night should be partly cloudy as well, with lows around 24.

Friday and Saturday look dry, with a mix of clouds and sun on Friday and less in the way of Saturday cloudiness. We’ll warm up to 40 on Friday and 48 on Saturday.

A new clipper comes our way toward the end of the weekend, with a cold front passing through late Sunday or early Monday. Clouds will increase Sunday with rain possible late in the day. The best chances of rain Sunday look to be after dark during the evening. We’ll have highs around 48, perhaps close to 50 by the end of the day.

I’ll have at least one more, perhaps two more, updates on the weekend forecast by the time we get to it. Have a great Thursday!

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