Meteorologist Kristy Steward's First Warning Forecast
Happy Super Bowl Sunday! Scattered rain and snow is falling across the region. Precipitation will end by 1 AM with the exception of some flurries fluttering around sporadically Monday morning and afternoon.
Not much for accumulations. A dusting at best on grassy and elevated surfaces. Our pavement is still very warm from the 70s we had the past few days and air temperatures won't drop below freezing until late tonight when the precipitation is coming to an end. That said, it is still possible to have a couple slick spots if there's any moisture left on the ground by the time temperatures drop below freezing. Watch for that late tonight into early Monday morning.
Whatever snow you do see, send your photos in to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Valentine's Day this year is going to be cold. We start the day with temperatures in the upper 20s warming up to near 40°. Later in the day we'll see some sunshine. Monday stays breezy with northwest winds of 10-20 MPH, making it feel like temperatures only reach the low 30s.
We hop on a warming trend Tuesday when temperatures climb into the mid 40s and stay on this warming trend through Thursday when highs reach 70°. Expect lots of sunshine Tuesday and increasing clouds Wednesday. Lots of clouds and windy conditions most of the day Thursday. Late Thursday evening scattered rain showers begin ahead of an approaching cold front.
This cold front will move through Friday morning and keep the scattered rain showers around through Friday evening. High temperatures in the upper 50s Friday will be reached in the morning as temperatures gradually drop throughout the day down to the lower 30s Friday night.
Next weekend stays a bit below average with temperatures around 50°, but it looks dry with plenty of sunshine to enjoy.
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