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December 3, 2018 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

It’s been warmer than average the past couple days! That made for a great start to December, but we’ll see clouds mute that start in the coming days, helping to bring cooler weather back in. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast through Friday!

There’s a lot of noise about this weekend, thanks to certain people on Facebook. There’s a lot of uncertainty about that, and there’s a week to get through before we even worry about that. So we’ll start with the outlook through Friday:

  • Tonight-Increasing clouds, with a few flurries after midnight. Low 32.
  • Tuesday-Mostly cloudy, some sprinkles or flurries. Highs near 40.
  • Tuesday night-Clouds, with sprinkles or flurries. Low 28.
  • Wednesday-Mostly cloudy with some snow showers. High 35.
  • Thursday-Partly cloudy. High 44.
  • Friday-Partly to mostly cloudy, a small chance of rain. High 44.

Clouds will be moving in from the northwest tonight, and that’s the change from 10-15 degrees above average to that far below average in the coming days. Those clouds will be here through Wednesday, with occasional light snow flurries or sprinkles off and on throughout.

We’ll kick the clouds out on Thursday for a nice day, and most of Friday should be cool and rain-free. It does look like there’s a small chance some rain could creep in late on Friday.

That’s thanks to a system that’s gotten a lot of news on Facebook recently, talking about possible snow this coming weekend. That system will come from the southwest, it appears, but that’s basically all we know at this point. When, how far north, what temperatures will be, and all of that are very uncertain right now.

In fact, for every computer model people posted showing next weekend’s snow forecast yesterday, there’s one today that says it’s either going to rain or miss our area to the south altogether. So don’t pay too much attention to the weekend right now. Let’s give it a few days, and by then we’ll hopefully have a better idea as to what kind of precipitation we get, how much, and when.

So for now, prepare for colder weather and some flurries in the coming days. Have a great Tuesday!

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