Wind: N Calm Visibility: 10.0 mi
Pressure: 30.14 in
Conditions as of 7:53pm
We’ve enjoyed some warmer-than-normal conditions around here for much of this month of November, but as we finish things off on Monday and start December on Tuesday, cold weather will be on its way. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for tonight through Tuesday!
The good news is, we will have some nice weather for a good part of the weekend before the rain comes in Sunday and changes to snow sometime on Monday. As it is with early season storms, accumulation looks unlikely except in the highest elevations for next week. But, let’s get started with tonight’s forecast in the outlook:
- Tonight-Partly to mostly cloudy with some morning fog. Lows near 40.
- Saturday-Mostly sunny. High 58.
- Saturday night-Partly cloudy. Low 35.
- Sunday-Increasing clouds, with some afternoon rain showers possible. High 61.
- Monday-Clouds and rain early, with rain changing to snow in the afternoon. Highs near 50 but dropping into the 30s.
- Tuesday-Cloudy and cold with some snow flurries. High 35.
The weekend does look good, with rain from the cold front starting as soon as Sunday afternoon. So there’s just under two days left of dry weather before the big changes commence.
Over the course of about 60 hours, thirty-five degrees will feature as a low temperature Sunday morning and a high on Tuesday afternoon. Monday will feature rain showers until the front moves through, then shortly after that we’ll see the rain transition to snow. Temperatures Monday will get cooler the later it gets thanks to wind coming in from the northwest. I’ll have more details on how cold that will be on Sunday evening.
We’ll have clouds hanging around through most of the day on Tuesday as well behind the front, as our tradition of having weather from a front linger starts its winter trend. We won’t likely see 40 degrees between Monday afternoon and Wednesday afternoon as it looks at this point.
Be sure to keep an eye on the blog on Sunday. That will be my next update, and I’ll be able to have more on what’s going to happen and when, probably with a little more specifics since we’ll be much closer to the event.
Between now and then, it’s probably a good idea to either get outside as much as possible or use the next couple days to get the winter clothes ready! Either way you go, I hope you enjoy the weekend!
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