1/15 – Jeff Vorick’s “Warm-Up Ahead” Sunday Night Forecast

The coldest air from the recent cold snap is behind us. Temperatures won’t drop too much more tonight. Clouds will be on the increase tonight as more moisture works into the area. Skies will be partly cloudy to start the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. As the day progresses, skies will turn to mostly cloudy to overcast conditions. It will be around 5 to 10 degrees warmer tomorrow as compared to today.

A frontal system will be moving to the north of our area tomorrow into Tuesday. Moisture will slowly recover and that will allow for an increase in rain chances. They peak around 40% during the first portion of Tuesday. Skies will clear somewhat Tuesday afternoon and that will allow for warmer temperatures. High temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday will reach the 70s.

Another frontal system during mid-week will bring more of a noticeable impact. A 20% chance of showers is possible during the second half of Wednesday. The cold front will bring a 40-50% chance of showers with its passage. It will clear the area Thursday morning and bring a slight cooldown to end the week.

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