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January 11, 2018 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

January 11, 2018

A record high that was set in 1949 was shattered today. Our high of 69 easily beats the previous warmest January 11th on record in the Tri-Cities by five degrees. We shouldn’t touch tomorrow’s record (71) because we should see clouds for most of the day with rain showers as well. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for tonight through Monday!

In an interesting twist, our low tonight thanks to those clouds won’t be anywhere near our high for Sunday. More arctic air is coming when a cold front gets through here tomorrow, letting in the cold air from up north. We’ll stay chilly for a while after that. Here’s the outlook:

  • Tonight-Cloudy conditions with scattered rain showers. Low 52.
  • Friday-Mostly cloudy with rain likely, especially in the afternoon. High 65.
  • Friday night-Rain showers may mix with and change to snow showers. Low 28.
  • Saturday-Cloudy and windy with snow showers. Afternoon temps in the 30’s, high 41.
  • Sunday-Partly cloudy. Highs near 30.
  • Monday-Mostly cloudy. Some snow showers possible late. High 38.

Over the next twelve hours, we’ll see a cold front come a long way to get through our area. Between now and then, we’ll see off-and-on batches of rain showers. In fact, rain will continue behind the front until tomorrow night when what’s left changes over to light snow.

That light snow continues into Saturday, before things calm down for Sunday. Keep in mind that the high of 41 on Saturday will happen around midnight, with temperatures falling through the 30’s during the day.

Sunday will be a cold day, then another front comes in by late Monday, bringing with it more clouds and a chance for light rain late in the day, with light snow possible Monday night.

So from 20 degrees above average, we go right back down to 15 degrees below that once we get to Sunday. That’s typical winter weather for sure. Have a great Friday!

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