A very nice day today as we are now officially ICE FREE pretty much everywhere, wow that will be one for the record books for our area.
Total Winter Precipitation at the station: 0.03inches Freezing Rain/ 0.20inches Rain/ ¾ of Sleet/Snow.
We are watching a bigger storm system around the 9th of February that could keep us on our toys for winter, at this time it looks like we should stay in the warm sector for the event, however we always must be on guard.
Tonight Partly cloudy early giving way to cloudy skies and patchy fog as the warmer air moves in over the colder surface. Low temps will be around 50F early, then gradually warming.
Saturday: Areas of patchy fog giving way to partly cloudy skies during the afternoon, with fog redeveloping overnight, high temps around 64F, low temps near 59F, wins from the south around 7mph.
Sunday: Areas of dense fog during the morning burning off early as the next frontal system arrives into the region bringing showers/t-storms by late afternoon. High temps around 64F, low temps near 58F, winds from the southeast around 12mph.
Monday: Partly cloudy with high temps around 60F, low temps near 52F, winds will shift to the northeast around 12mph.
Extended Forecast: Another storm system will move into the region by late Tuesday evening and into the day of Wednesday, should remain warm enough that it will be rain and thunderstorms.
Enjoy your weekend and the weather