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January 8, 2018 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

January 8, 2018

Freezing rain is gone, but some rain showers are still left through tonight. We thaw out starting tomorrow! Here’s a quick look at the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast!

  • Tonight-Mostly cloudy, with rain showers and morning fog. Low 34.
  • Tuesday-Cloudy. High 52.
  • Tuesday night-Mostly cloudy. Low 37.
  • Wednesday-Cloudy. High 59.
  • Thursday-Cloudy with a few afternoon showers. High 65.
  • Friday-Rain likely. High 64.

The low pressure to our south that’s bringing us the freezing rain to rain change today will move southeast away from us tonight, with rainfall coming to an end.

A lot of clouds will be around over the next couple days, but there’s not much coming in the way of more rain until Thursday afternoon. Temperatures will be close to 20 degrees above average by Thursday before the rain arrives.

Thanks for checking here for the forecast, have a great Tuesday!

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