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March 6, 2018 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

March 6, 2018

It was a cloudy, misty, dreary day for a while, but the sun came out this afternoon! The gap between cold fronts is giving us a bit of a break between rounds of precipitation, and thanks to there being two cold fronts moving through by morning, we might see a little snow by the time we wake up tomorrow. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for tonight through the weekend!

One front is almost through here, but another one remains. It will bring cold enough air to get snow showers for a while in the mountains, and changes from rain to snow and back again in the Tri-Cities. Here’s the outlook to spell it all out for you!

  • Tonight-Partly cloudy this evening, cloudy with rain or snow showers late. Low 35.
  • Wednesday-Mostly cloudy with rain showers, some snow in the mountains. High 45.
  • Wednesday night-Cloudy with scattered showers changing to light snow. Low 27.
  • Thursday-Morning flurries, then skies become partly cloudy late. High 38.
  • Friday-Partly cloudy. High 48.
  • Saturday-Early snow showers become rain showers. High 55.
  • Sunday-Rain showers likely, high 54.

Due to all these changes, the amount of snow we see won’t be all that much here in the Tri-Cities. I think maybe a dusting might be it until you get into the higher elevations, where an inch or two of snow is possible through Thursday. I’m not sure if any of this will cancel any school except for in the mountains.

Thursday will start to clear out, but it’ll be a cold and windy day in the process. We bounce back with a dry and warmer day on Friday before rain begins on Saturday and hangs around on Sunday. That could start as snow showers early Saturday morning.

I’ll have more updates on the weekend’s weather as I can through the rest of the week, including hopefully a new forecast tomorrow afternoon. Until then, have a great Wednesday!

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