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December 28, 2017 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

December 28, 2017

Below average temperatures will continue, and likely for quite a while as we finish off 2017 and enter 2018. The good news is, snow isn’t too much of a part of that! Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast through Monday!

A few snow flurries are possible tomorrow night and Sunday, but that’s pretty much it. We’ll have varying amounts of clouds in the coming days, and we won’t get too far above 40 in the afternoons, if we get that far. A cold front moves through Saturday, bringing more frigid temperatures. Here’s the forecast:

  • Tonight-Partly cloudy. Low 19.
  • Friday-Partly sunny. Highs near 40.
  • Friday night-A few mountain snow flurries, otherwise partly cloudy. Low 23.
  • Saturday-Partly to mostly cloudy, windy at times. Highs near 40.
  • Sunday-Cloudy and colder, with a few snow flurries possible. Highs near 30.
  • Monday-Sunny and cold. High 25.

If you’re going out on New Year’s, dress as warmly as possible. You’ll likely be in bed by the time we get into the low teens for overnight lows, but regardless of that, it’ll be very cold all night long if you’re outside.

New Year’s Day will be sunny and frigid, starting January without touching freezing, or even coming close. The following night will likely see even colder weather, with temperatures even in the Tri-Cities in the single digits.

Staying warm is the name of the game the next few days, and winter is just beginning! Have a great Friday!

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