Temperatures finally back to normal; still dry and mostly sunny
After starting off the workweek with frigid temperatures and some snow showers, a milder and dry pattern is now in full force-- and that pattern looks to stick around for at least another week. We still haven’t gotten back to average temperatures for this time of year, which are in the lower 40s, but that will change as we go through the weekend. We remain drier than we have been, and below average precipitation will also be the story through the second week of February. High pressure kept us mostly sunny on Friday with highs rising to near 40 east and the lower 40s west.
It turns a little windy for Saturday, with mostly sunny skies turning partly cloudy as we progress through the weekend; highs will be in the lower- to mid-40s for both days. A weak cold front will come through mainly dry to finish the weekend, with just a 10-20% chance of snow showers Monday. Otherwise we stay dry with partly cloudy skies with highs near 40 to start the next workweek. Tuesday, more high pressure will get us back to sunshine and highs near 40. And we add a few degrees to that on Wednesday with partly cloudy skies as we continue in our dry pattern.
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