Cavalier Weather Service Forecast from Charlottesville VA for 1/22/13
Cavalier Weather Service Forecast Valid 1/22/13
Issued at 1:00 PM
Arctic high pressure will build into our area through Thursday, ushering in extremely cold air and clear skies. Lows will plummet into the teens for the next two nights, and highs will only make it to the 30 degree mark. Low pressure will enter the area on Friday, bringing a chance for some wintry mix!
Tonight- Mostly clear skies, with westerly winds around 3-9 mph. Temperatures sinking into the lower teens, with a low around 13. With clear skies and any wind chill present, this is expected to be the coldest night of the year so far, so try to stay warm!
Tomorrow- Mostly sunny skies, becoming cloudy in the early evening, with westerly winds 4-10 mph. Temperatures rising to the upper 20s, with a high of 28.
Tomorrow Night- Overcast skies clearing in the early morning hours. Winds shift from the southwest to the north around 3 mph, becoming calm. Temperatures dipping into the upper teens, with a low of 17.
Thursday-Mostly sunny skies, with northerly winds around 5-12 mph. Temperatures increasing to the lower 30s, with a high of 32.
Thursday night- Partly cloudy skies, with low temperatures falling into the upper teens. Low 18.
Friday- Overcast skies, with a temperatures rising to the mid 30s, and a high of 34. A potential for a wintry mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain. Chance of precipitation is 60%.