1/28 – Rob Knight’s “Cold Air Mass” Thursday Afternoon Forecast

Cold high pressure will continue to build into the area bringing cooler and drier conditions today with highs only rebounding into the middle 50s. Clear skies and calming winds will allow for near or below freezing conditions on Friday morning. The center of the surface high will begin to move east of the area by Friday afternoon, allowing for temperatures to rebound back to near average on Friday. High-pressure will move eastward into the eastern states and Ohio valley by Saturday as the next disturbance moves into the Plains, this will bring the next chance of showers by Saturday night and Sunday morning.

Rain amounts mostly less than an inch Saturday night through Sunday morning. Front will move through Sunday morning bringing cooler and breezy conditions behind it with a gradual decrease in clouds on Sunday with highs holding in the 60s throughout the day. High temperatures on Sunday will likely occur in the AM hours.

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