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January 4, 2018 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

January 4, 2018

Another shot of frigid air is on the way, but I do believe we might see the thermometer read something over 40…and soon! The light is at the end of this cold tunnel (for now) in tonight’s Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast!

As for today, wind chills have been in the single digits since sunrise. Our temperatures get there tonight, and it’ll be even colder tomorrow night. Changes are ahead, though, so here’s the outlook:

  • Tonight-Cloudy and frigid with light snow showers. Low 8. Not much accumulation.
  • Friday-A few flurries early, becoming partly cloudy late. Windy and cold, high 24.
  • Friday night-Mostly clear, extremely cold. Low 3.
  • Saturday-Sunny, but still cold. High 25.
  • Sunday-Partly cloudy, high 35.
  • Monday-Mostly cloudy, morning snow/mix changes to rain. High 43.

Quick-moving storm systems have been zipping through here, not giving us much chance to see warm air come in from the Gulf. The next front will take a couple days getting here, and the warmer air will finally get here.

But as it was earlier this week, be prepared for extremely cold–possibly record cold–weather through Saturday morning. Lows will be in the single digits, with highs only up to the mid 20s into the weekend.

That said, warmer air does get a chance to get in here. Sunday will get us above freezing for the first time since Wednesday, and we’ll see the warmest day all year on Monday before the front gets through here.

Monday will feature a variety of precipitation, though. It should start out as all snow early, with a mix with and change to rain during the day. I’d imagine some sleet might include itself as well.

That’s an interesting forecast, one I’ll take a look at again before it gets here. Thanks for checking here for the forecast, have a great Friday!

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