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February 12, 2018 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

February 12, 2018

The rain has subsided for the most part, but there’s a lot more on the way later this week, with temperatures above average for this time of year. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for tonight through Friday!

Before we start, if you want to know more about how to spot and report severe weather in our area, there are classes for that! Each National Weather Service Forecast Office holds spotter training classes every year to help people understand what in the sky they’re seeing so they can report that back to the office. There are two coming up in March, one in Greene County and one out here near the airport, over at Northeast State. Check out the full list of classes here and then get to one!

There was only a little rain this morning, and really only small chances of it tonight and tomorrow morning, then tomorrow night. After that, though, heavier rain is likely starting Wednesday. Here’s the outlook:

  • Tonight-Mostly cloudy with some light rain in the mountains. Low 37.
  • Tuesday-Mostly cloudy, a small chance of rain early. High 54.
  • Wednesday-Mostly cloudy, rain developing during the day. High 62.
  • Thursday-Cloudy and warm with scattered showers. High 65.
  • Friday-Rain likely. High 59.

The complicated forecast from yesterday indeed becomes a little clearer, but temperatures are a different story. Regardless, we’ll be warmer than average by at least five degrees the rest of the week, and potentially as much as 15-20 at times.

We only received 0.05 inches of new rain today at the airport, which generally indicates good news. We don’t need much more rain right now. I think anything we see tonight and into tomorrow morning should be light as well.

The better chances of heavy rain start on Wednesday, and will hang around off and on until Friday. It looks like higher amounts of rain may be possible late this week, so if you’re around anything that flooded this weekend, it might be wise to watch that toward the latter half of the week.

I’ll have another update tomorrow, so look for it late in the afternoon. Have a great Tuesday!

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