Monday Evening December 30th – Staying quiet for the next few days
Before we see our next storm system change things up by the weekend
Good Monday evening, everyone. Our final Monday of the year has been a quiet one for us. While we still dealt with the backside of our storm system from the weekend, we managed to stay dry today. However, the clouds didn’t allow temperatures to warm up very much. Combine that with a good west wind throughout the day, most of us made into the lower 40s. If you had more sunshine, you were able to climb into the middle and upper 40s today.
Thankfully, our stubborn storm system has taken the hint. It’s on the move and that will lead to a mostly sunny and calm end to 2019 on Tuesday. With quiet skies going into the New Year, we’ll see temperatures warm up some as well. However, our next storm system will be ready to move in as soon as the New Year is underway. Your latest forecast for the next several days, including New Year’s Eve/Day and our next storm system, is right down below…
Don’t forget that Doug has your long range forecast through the entirety of next month down below.
Have a good night, a great Tuesday and a Happy New Year’s Eve!
Long range forecast through late next January:
Next Week: The week starts chilly before temperatures turn cooler. Rain and snow chances will increase on Monday and Tuesday. After that, another system with rain and snow chances will work in on Friday.
January 12th – 18th: A cool first half of the week with rain and snow chances on Sunday and Monday. A little warmer late in the week with rain moving in on Friday. This could go over to snow by the weekend.
January 19th – 25th: A cold start to the week but mild temperatures for the middle of the week with rain chances on Wednesday. A cool second half of the week with rain and snow chances by in for the weekend.
January 26th – February 1st: A cool first half of the week with rain and snow chances on Sunday. Then a slow warming trend through the week with rain chances by Saturday.
February: Very active and cold middle of the month with several shots for snow!
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