STORM TEAM 11
Widespread soaking rain was just what we needed to help put a dent into the drought. Rain is ending for the most part early this afternoon with the mountains holding on to a few light showers. A cold front is driving in plenty of cooler change today, the coolest of the season so far, with gusty winds and cooling temperatures through the rest of the day. Winds will gust over 30 to 40mph in the mountains where a wind advisory is in effect through Thursday morning. Temperatures will peak in the low 60’s early in the afternoon, but cooling into the 50’s during the evening. Higher elevations will be in the 50’s today, with 40’s this evening.
Weather Change This Week
Breezy and chilly will describe conditions this evening into tonight, while conditions will be blustery in the mountains as winds gust up to 30 to 40 mph. Temperatures will be near freezing tonight, while temperatures in the Tri-Cities are expected to be in the upper 30’s. Thursday will be the coolest day of the fall season with highs only in the 50’s.
Widespread frost is possible Friday morning as temperatures dip into the mid 30’s. A sunny and milder set-up returns this weekend with warmer low 70’s Saturday, mid 70’s Sunday along with a few passing showers.
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