Cavalier Weather Service Forecast Valid 1/16/13
Issued at 10:05 AM
A Stationary boundary will remain to our south through Thursday. As a low pressure system passes to our south tonight into Thursday, there is a possibility for some wintry precipitation to mix in. All of this dreary weather should clear out for a beautiful weekend.
Tonight- Cloudy skies and rain continue to dominate under the stationary front. Calm northerly winds, with temperatures decreasing to the upper 30s. Low 38. 40% chance of precipitation, with new rainfall amounts less than a tenth of an inch.
Tomorrow- Overcast skies, with light northerly winds around 3 mph. Temperatures beginning in the lower to mid 40s in the morning, then dropping throughout the day to the mid to lower 30s. High 46. 80% chance of precipitation, with precipitation beginning as rain in the morning, then transitioning to snow in the early afternoon, Snow accumulations between 1-2 inches.
Tomorrow Night- Overcast skies for the early part of the evening, becoming clear after midnight. Northwesterly winds increasing to 4-7 mph. Temperatures drop into the upper 20s, with a low of 28. 50% chance of precipitation, with new snowfall amounts between 1-2 inches.
Friday- Mostly sunny skies, with northwesterly winds shifting to the south at 6-9 mph. Temperatures rise to the mid 40s, with a high of 45.
Friday Night- Clear skies, with winds around 5 mph. Temperatures fall into the mid 20s, with a low of 25.
Saturday- Clear skies, with temperatures warming to the lower 50s, thanks to the abundant sunshine.
Forecasted by Kennett, Hutcherson, and Dougherty