Late Saturday January 18th – Staying Cold for Sunday
While we watch a few waves for the week ahead
Good late Saturday evening, everyone. It took some persuasion for Mother Nature to clear the cloud cover out this morning. However, after dealing with a messy Friday and morning clouds, we were treated to sunshine returning this afternoon. Temperatures were at our warmest during the early morning as highs peaked in the lower 50s. While we only dropped into the middle 30s this morning, we could only rebound to about 40 this afternoon. Mother Nature has us set to stay quiet for the rest of the night while we stay cold. We’ll continue the quiet and cold trend to wrap up the weekend for your Sunday. While the week ahead may include a weak wave passing by on Monday, a stronger system is still on the horizon. Your latest look at the week ahead is right below…
Don’t forget that Doug has your long range forecast based off his Heady Pattern through February down below.
Have a good night and a great Sunday!
Long range forecast through late February:
January 26th – February 1st: Warming up early in the week with rain chances on Monday and Tuesday. Colder with snow chances on Wednesday. Staying cool the rest of the week with rain chances on Saturday.
February 2nd-8th: A cool start but mild temperatures by the middle of the week. Rain chances on Wednesday and Thursday, we could end with a little snow by Friday.
February 9th-15th: A cool first half of the week with slight chances for rain on Monday and Tuesday. A bigger system with rain and snow chances on Friday.
February 16th-22nd: Mainly a cool week with rain and snow chances on Sunday and then again on Thursday and Friday.
February 23rd-29th: A mild start but a cold finish to the week. Rain and snow chances on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mainly dry and cool the rest of the week.
February: Very active and cold middle of the month with several shots for snow!