Thursday, February 8, 2018 -
Good Evening. We finally had some sunshine this afternoon which was great!
Clear skies and cold temperatures are in the forecast for tonight with a low near 26 degrees. Friday will be a beautiful day with plenty of sunshine and mild temperatures! Take a look at these maps for Friday.
'1 PM Friday - Sunny skies with temperatures in the 50's across the Tri-Cities.
We stay mild through the afternoon. Here is a look at 5 PM Friday.
Our next weather maker will bring clouds and rain to the area Friday night through Monday. The good news, temperatures will be mild.
Now the bad news . . . Rainfall could be locally heavy at times this weekend. Here are the Storm Team Forecast maps.
8 PM Friday Night - The clouds will return to the area through the evening.
9 AM Saturday - Clouds and rain are back in the region.
2 PM Saturday - We keep cloudy skies and scattered showers in the area with temperatures in the 50's.
5 PM Saturday - Rain continues across the area. Rainfall could be locally heavy at times.
9 PM Saturday - The rains continue across the region. Temperatures stay mild.
3 AM Sunday - Low pressure will move across the area. Rainfall could be locally heavy at times.
6 AM Sunday - Cloudy skies and showers continue across the area.
10 AM Sunday - The cold front moves east taking the rain with it. Notice the moisture to our west.
3 PM Sunday - More moisture will stream into the region from the southwest through the afternoon.
6 PM Sunday - Clouds and showers remain in the forecast.
7 AM Monday - We will see another surge of rain coming our way on Monday from the southwest.
Here is a look at the potential rainfall through Sunday. Keep in mind that flooding could be an issue across the region this weekend.
We keep the mild air and scattered showers into next week.
Heavy rains for Saturday and Sunday
More rain for the weekend
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