First Warning Forecast: 60s and sun today, a little snow on Sunday

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Posted at 8:44 AM, Feb 12, 2022
and last updated 2022-02-12 15:20:55-05

Meteorologist April Loveland's First Warning Forecast

From the 60s to snow...

It's another gorgeous day! Enjoy the highs in the upper 60s and even a few 70s! Clouds will increase as the day goes on, but conditions will remain dry.

A cold front moves through this evening and tonight. It will stall over the area late tonight. Temperatures will fall into the 40s overnight with increasing clouds.

An area of low pressure will move along the stalled front on Sunday. This will bring the chance for showers by midday. As temperatures drop, we will see a transition to snow. Temperatures will hover just above the freezing mark as most of the precipitation falls, so it will be a very wet snow. This, on top of the warmer ground temperatures will limit accumulations. We could see a dusting up to 1 inch through Sunday evening.

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Valentine's Day and the workweek starts off mostly dry and cold. A few lingering flurries are possible Monday morning, but they won't amount to anything. Highs Monday in the upper 30s with clearing clouds. It will be breezy, which will make temperatures feel closer to the teens during the morning hours and the 20s during the day.

High pressure brings us lots of sunshine Tuesday and Wednesday as well as warmer temperatures. Highs in the upper 40s Tuesday. Even warmer on Wednesday as highs soar to the low 60s. We could even hit 70° Thursday!

A slowly approaching cold front late-week brings scattered showers late Thursday into Friday. Showers will be possible during the afternoon on Thursday and will become likely on Friday. Friday will be a bit cooler, but still above normal with highs in the upper 50s.

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