- By Adam Krueger
- 12/08/2013 05:04 AM
Freezing 20s Overnight With Mist/Fog, Protect Your Pipes, Drive Safe, Warmer Sunday
Brrrr, the entire area remained in the 20s Saturday. To put that in perspective... the last time high temperatures were this cold was Feb 2011, and the last in December was 2000!
Temps won't drop much overnight, but they'll hold in the 20s, probably dropping to the low 20s to near 20 at the coldest by Sunday morning. The freezing mist/fog may linger overnight, so please drive with caution, especially on elevated roads. A rare FREEZING FOG ADVISORY is in effect until 9AM Sunday.
Futurecast shows a clear division in the clouds Sunday. Areas west will see more sun, and temps there will warm to the 50s. Under the clouds to the east, temps will only reach the 40s. On Monday, we have a 30% rain chance. A cold front arrives in the afternoon, knocking temps back down a bit and bringing breezy north winds again. As precip lingers Monday night to Tue AM, there may be some freezing rain. Then precip exits by Tue afternoon.
Tuesday stays chilly, and even though there will be more cold nights to follow, afternoon temps return to near 50 Wed/Thu, with warmer 50s to follow for a string of days.
Check out the extended forecast for details.
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