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January 7, 2018 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

January 7, 2018

We returned to above freezing for a little while today, and we’ll spend a lot of time in plus territory when it comes to 32 degrees during the course of the week. But we have one hurdle to get through first. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for this week!

That hurdle to get through is the chance for freezing rain tomorrow. Low pressure is going to come out of Texas and move into the Gulf of Mexico by Tuesday. Precipitation for us starts tomorrow, with freezing rain being possible tomorrow morning through early afternoon. That could cause travel issues, so be careful! By late afternoon, we should warm up to above freezing, so rain should be normal and cold by then.

  • Tonight-Mostly cloudy. Low 24.
  • Monday-Cloudy with freezing rain changing to rain. High 38.
    • Winter Weather Advisory from 8am to 2pm for the freezing rain.
  • Monday night-Cloudy with scattered showers. Low 34.
  • Tuesday-Partly to mostly cloudy. High 52.
  • Wednesday-Partly cloudy and windy. High 58.
  • Thursday-Partly cloudy, some rain showers possible. High 65.
  • Friday-Clouds and rain likely. High 60.

The fact that a cold front isn’t actually moving through means that after the rain ends, we’ll actually warm up! It’s been since before Christmas since we’ve seen 50 (or at least it seems like it), and that happens each day the rest of the week, with some 60’s later on.

By Friday, we do get a cold front moving in here, bringing rain along with it. By Saturday we’ll be back to winter, with temperatures back below freezing for highs on Saturday.

I’ll have more on that later as we get closer to it. Have a great week!

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