Storm Watch 12

StormWatch 12 Forecast

Another chilly start to our day with our lows in the 20's and 30's this morning. A FREEZE WATCH will be in effect tonight into early Sunday morning. Tomorrows lows will be colder by a couple of degrees. These cool temperatures wont last long as high pressure builds its way back in to our forecast.



Forecast

  • Today:  Temperatures run about 5 to 10 degrees warmer for Saturday as sunshine builds in over the region. A few clouds are possible during the morning hours, but we will see mostly sunny skies otherwise. Winds 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph possible.
  • Tonight:  Mostly clear skies mean chilly overnight lows Saturday night into Sunday morning. In fact, a FREEZE WATCH will be in effect for parts of the east side as temperatures dip back down into the lower 30's.
  • Tomorrow:  Sunny skies return for Sunday. As a result, expect warmer temperatures by a few degrees. Still, highs will be slightly below average.
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StormWatch 12 Forecast

Another chilly start to our day with our lows in the 20's and 30's this morning. A FREEZE WATCH will be in effect tonight into early Sunday morning. Tomorrows lows will be colder by a couple of degrees. These cool temperatures wont last long as high pressure builds its way back in to our forecast.

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