2/12 – Rob Knight’s “Wet & Cold” Valentine’s Day Weekend Forecast

Rain chances will continue through the Valentine’s day weekend. These showers would mainly have the potential for some frequent lightning and light to moderate rainfall. Northerly surface winds will help to enhance the cold air over the region through the weekend.

Sunday will be mostly dry, with a chance for an isolated shower or two due to some lingering convection and moisture over the region. This rain would be light to moderate. Again, northerly surface winds will be helping to enhance the cold air advection over the region.

Monday, a cold front will be moving through the area. Rain chances will be increased Monday afternoon through early Tuesday morning. Temperatures will be approaching or below freezing starting late Monday night. For some areas, the rain and cold temperatures will align enough to potentially have some winter precipitation (mainly freezing rain/sleet mix) late Monday night into Tuesday morning.

This forecast is highly dependent upon how this system develops over the next few days. Small changes could have a big impact on the potential for winter weather.

Either way…a HARD FREEZE is expected Monday night into Tuesday morning.

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