Cavalier Weather Service Forecast Valid 1/23/13
Issued at 10:25 AM
Cold As Ice
Arctic high pressure will move off the coast tonight, and a weak system may bring a few flurries tonight. Another low pressure system will move into the area Friday, bringing a slightly bigger chance for wintry mix. Temperatures remain frigid in the low 30s until high pressure returns this weekend, warming temperatures into the low 40s.
Tonight- Overcast skies, clearing to partly cloudy, with winds shifting from the west to northwest, around 2-7 mph. Temperatures dropping to the upper teens, with a low of 18. 40% chance of light snow, although any accumulations are expected to be less than an inch.
Tomorrow- Partly cloudy skies becoming sunny in the early afternoon. Winds from the northwest shifting to the north, at 7-15 mph. Temperatures increasing to the lower 30s, with a high of 32.
Tomorrow Night- Clear skies becoming mostly cloudy, with light northerly winds changing to the south. Temperatures dip into the mid teens, with a low of 15.
Friday-Partly cloudy skies becoming overcast, with southerly winds around 5-10 mph. Temperatures rising to the upper 20s to lower 30s, with a low of 30. 60% chance of snow, with accumulations less than two inches expected.
Friday night- Partly cloudy skies, with temperatures falling to the lower 20s. Low of 21.
Saturday- Clear skies, with temperatures reaching the upper 30s to lower 40s. High of 40.
Forecasted by Kennett and Dougherty